Skip to main content

Full text of "Bibliography of North Carolina geology, 1910-1960"

C I North Carolina State Library ^ £ 

3182 Ra,ej 8 h Doc, 



NORTH CAROLINA 
DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL AND ECONOMIC RESOURCES 



DIVISION OF RESOURCE PLANNING AND EVALUATION 



MINERAL RESOURCES SECTION 






1979 
BULLETIN 82 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF NORTH CAROLINA GEOLOGY, 1910-1960 



•Y 
WILLIAM F. WILSON 



RALEIGH 
1975 



North Carolina State Library N. C. 

Baleigb Doc 



NORTH CAROLINA 
DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL AND ECONOMIC RESOURCES 



DIVISION OF RESOURCE PLANNING AND EVALUATION 
MINERAL RESOURCES SECTION 



BULLETIN 82 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF NORTH CAROLINA GEOLOGY, 1910-1960 



by 
WILLIAM F. WILSON 



RALEIGH 
1975 



ERRATA 
BULLETIN 82 
BIBLIOGRAPHY OF NORTH CAROLINA GEOLOGY, 191 0-1 96 

Page 75 should read page 76. 
Page 76 should read page 75. 



Contents 

Paqe 
Introduction • 1 

Areas Described , • 2 

Carolina Bays 2 

Coastal Plain 3 

Earthquakes • 3 

Economic Geology. .,.....,.,.. ..••...... 4 

Erosion .•.,.».*.*•..».*......••....• .......•• 8 

General ............. • 9 

Geochemistry ......... • 9 

Geologic Maps • 9 

Geomorphology 9 

Geophysics 10 

Historical Geology • 10 

Hydrogeology . ♦ ±1 

Memorials -^2 

Meteorites 12 

Mineralogy , , , ., ^2 

Paleontology 14 

Petrology ••••• • 15 

Physical Geology 16 

Physiographic . Geology • • . • , 2.7 

Stratigraphy .....••r. ..•••• • • • y] 

Structural Geology •••... -,-j 

Bibliography ±8 



-1- 



INTRODUCTION 

Bulletin 82, "Bibliography of North Carolina Geology, 1 910-1 96O", has 
been prepared to supplement and complement Bulletin 18, "Bibliography of 
North Carolina Geology, Mineralogy and Geography" published in 1909 by the 
North Carolina Geological and Economic Survey. . This bibliography should 
provide as complete a list as possible of North Carolina geology published 
during the fifty year period from 1910 to i960. Even though numerous serials 
and periodicals were examined, we realize that there are undoubtedly certain 
references that were inadvertently left out that should be included. We 
hope these will be included in later supplementary volumns. 

The bibliography is divided into two sections. The first section lists 
the authors in alphabetical order under subject heads. A date succeeds each 
author and in most instances. is followed by a number in parenthesis. The 
date signifies the year in which the author published on the subject. The 
number in parenthesis denotes the order in which the numbered publication 
appears in the author index. 

The second section lists the authors alphabetically. Under each author's 
name, his publications are listed chronologically from his earliest to his 
most recent published work. A number in parenthesis preceeds the date. This 
number denotes, by its numerical value, the earliest to the most recent 
published works of the author. 

Considerable time and effort has been spent in the preparation of this 
bibliography. We hope that this information will be of a lasting value to 
those persons interested in conducting geologic research in North Carolina. 



■1- 



Digitized by the Internet Archive 
in 2013 



http://archive.org/details/bibliographyofno1975wils 



Areas Described 



Conley, James F., 1959, (2) 
Frink, John. Westlake, 1937, (l) 
Glenn, Leonidas Chalmers, 1926 
Goedicke, T. R., 1950, (l) 
Gordon, Samuel G., 1922 
Hadley, Jarvis Bardwell, 1949, (2) 
, , and others, 



1955, (3) 
Philip Ward, 



Hunter, Charles Eugene and Mattocks, 

Keith, Arthur and Sterrett, Douglass Bovard, 1931 



1936, (1) 



Kesler, Thomas Lingle, 1955, 
King, Philip Burke and Stupka 



, ._ , ^ and Hadley 

La Forge, Laurence and Phalen 
LeGrand, H. E. and Mundorf , M 
Miller, Willet Green, 1914 



Moneymaker 



Berlen C, 



Murdock, Thomas Glenn, 



1944, 
1946, 
1947, 
1948, 
1948, 
1950, 
1947, 



Murry, Grover Elmer, Jr., 1937, (3) 
Parker, John Mason, 3d., 1949, (3) 

, _, _, 1953, (6) 

Sheldon, Pearl G., 1917 

Smith, John Eliphalet, 1914, (l) 

, , 1917, (10) 

Stuckey, Jasper Leonidas, 1955, (39) 

I960, (43) 



5) 
Arthur, 1950, (l) 

, 1950, (3) 

Jarvis Bardwell, 1952, 
W. C, 1913 
J., 1951, (3) 

6) 

7) 

8) 

9) 

10) 

13) 

8) 



(4) 



Tab er , St eph en , 1946, (l) 
Vitz, Howard E., 1937 
Ward, James B., 1940, (l) 

, , 1940, (2) 

Wentworth, Chester Keeler and Ohrenschall, Robert D. and Wolford, John J, 
and Fisher, Lloyd Wellington, 1930 



Carolina Bays 



Barringer, Brandon, 1944 
Buell, Murray Fife, 1946, (2) 

, , 1946, (3) 

Cooke, Charles Wythe, 1943, (l) 
' , , 1945, (2) 

, , , 1950. (3) 

Frey, David Grover, 1950, (2) 

, , 1951, (3) 

, , 1954, (5) 

, , 1955, (6) 



Frink, John Westlake and Murray, Grover ELmer, Jr., 1937, (2) 
Grant, Chapmen, 1945, (l) 

, , 1945, (2; 

, , 1948, (3. 

Hutchinson, George Evelyn, 1944 
Johnson, Douglas Wilson, 1937, (l) 

, 1937, (2) 

, 1941, (3) 

, 1944, (4' 

., 1944, (5 



LeGrand 



Harry E., 1951, (4) 
__, 1953, (8) 



McCampbell, John Caldwell, (l) 

, , 1944, (3) 

., 1945, (4' 



MacCarthy, Gerald Raleigh, 1936, (l 

, , 1936, (2) 

Melton, Frank Armon and Schriever, William, 1937, (l) 

, 1938, (2} 

_, 1938, (3) 
_, 1950, (4) 



Prouty 



William Frederick, 1934, (10) 

, 1934, 11) 

, 1934, (12) 

_, 1936, 15 

, 1938, (18) 

and Straley, Harrison Wilson, 3d., 1938, (19) 

, 1943, (20) 

, 1947, (23) 

, 1948, (24) 

., 1949, 25) 

, 1950, (26) 



Sass, Herbert Ravenel, 1944 
Wells, Bertram Whittier, 1949, (3) 

, and Boyce, Steve G., 1953, (5) 

, and , , 1953, (6) 



Coastal Plain 

Berry, Edward Willard, 1946, (9) 

, , 1954, (16) 

Berry, George Willard, 1948 

Clark, William Bullock, 1909, (l) 

Geological Society of America, Southeastern Section, 1955 

Goerch, Carl, 1946, (5) 

LeGrand, Harry KLwood and Brown, Philip Monroe, 1955, (14) 

Postley, Olive Clara, 1938 

Prouty, William Frederick, 1934, (13) 

Straley, H. W. 3d., 1948 

Williams, Louis Gressett, 1950 



Earthquakes 



Atkins, Stewart, 1935 
Finch, Ruy Herbert, 1916 
Ferenczi, Istvan, i960 
Fry, William H., 1910 



■3- 



MacCarthy 



McCracken 



Gerald Raleigh, 1936, (l) 

, 1954, (5) 

, 1956, (6) 

, 1956, (7) 

, 1957, (8) 

, 1958, (9) 

Ralph J, and Weed, S. B. and Nelson, L. A,, i960 

Economic Geology 



Adair, Ralph B. and Doody, Thomas Clare and Schoneborn, Edward Martin, Jr., 1947 
Allhands, William A., 1945, (l) 

' __, 1945, (2) 

Anonymous , 1936, (lj 

, 1938, (2) 

, 194L, 3) 

■ 1941, (4) 

, 1943, (5) 

Ashley, George Hall, 1917 

Averitt, Paul and Berryhill, Louise Russell, 1950 

Ballard, Thomas Janney, 1947, (l) 

Dn, Austin B., 1948, (3) 
__, 1948, (4) 









, and Cl< 

, and 

ey, 1920, 

, 1921, 

, 1921, 

, 1922, 

, 1923, 

, 1925, 

, 1925, 

1946 

1 1938, (: 
, 1947, (: 
, 1950, (: 


ayton, Austin 




.♦ _..,.._ . 




» 


Bayley 


, William Shirl 


I 1 ,! 








8! 














(6) 

(8) 














(9) 


Beck, \ 
Berry, 


if illiam 
Edward 


August , 
Willard 


L) 
LO) 


* 




L4) 



Bishop, Frank H., 1948 
Blakemore, Page B., Jr., 1938 
Bowles, Edgar Oliver, 1937 
Brannock, Kent C, 1942 
Brinkley, Earle, 1942 
Broadhurst, Samuel Davis, 1949, (l) 
, 1950, (2) 



j and Hask, Lewis J., 1953, (4) 

", and Councill, Richard J., 1953, (5) 

I, 1954, (6) 

, and Councill, Richard J., 1954, (7) 

], 1955, (8J 

.» 1956, (9! 



Brown, Philip M., 1957, (3) 

Bryson, Herman Jennings, 1927, (l) 

, 1928, (2) 

_ , 1929, (5) 

, 1931, (7) 

, 1936, (10) 

, and others, 1937, (11 ) 

, 1938, (12) 

, 1938, (13) 



-4- 



Burgess, B. C, 1936 
Cameron, J. M. , 1911 
Cannon, Harry B., 1950 
Carraway, Gertrude, 1941 
Chapman, Ashton, 1951 
Claytor, Alton B., 1933 
Cobb, Margaret Cameron, 1924 
Conrad, Stephen G. , 1959, (l) 

, , I960, (2) 

Council, Richard J., 1954, (l) 

, , 1954, (2) 

, , 1955, (4) 

Crickmay, Goffrey William, 1941, (4) 

Dahners, L. A. and Mcintosh, Frank Kenyon, 1948 

Davis, Frederick Augustus William and Johnson, Martin, 1936 

Diller, Joseph Silas, 1920, (l) 

, and Fairchild, J. G. and Larsen, S. E., 1920, (2) 

Drane, Brent S., 1924, (l) 

, _, and Stuckey, Jasper L., 1925, (3) 

Dunn, Joseph Avery, 1933 
Eckel, Edwin Clarence, 1913 
English, Everett, 1934 
Espenshade, Gilbert Howry, 1947, (l) 

, , 1949, (2) 

, . 1950, (3) 

Fowler, Malcolm, 1941, (l) 

, , 1941, (2) 

j , 1941, (3) 

Fuller, Glen Lor en, 1938 
Furcron, A. S., 1950 
Galloway, Harry, 1954 
Goerch, Carl, 1945, (3 

, , 1945, (4 

, _, 1948, (6) 

Greaves -Walker, Arthur Frederick and Stolte, N. H. and Fabianic, W. L., 1922, (1) 

, and Riggs, S. G., Jr., 1937, (2) 

, and Stone, R. L., 1938, (3) 

, , 1945, (5) 

Green, Fletcher Melvin, 1937 

Griffitts, Wallace Rush and Jahns, Richard Henry and Lemke, Richard Walter, 

1953, (2) 

, and Olson, Jerry Chipman, 1953, (3) 

, , 1954, (4) 

Gudger, E. W. 1941 

Hadley, Jarvis Bardwell, 1949, (l) 

Haney, Marshall, 1928 

Harder, Edmund Cecil, 1910 

Hardin, L. J. and Maclntire, Walter Hoge, 1948 

Hart, J. R. 1954 

Hask, Lewis J. and Van Horn, Earl C, 1951 

Hess, Frank L., 1933, (l) 

, , 1936, (2) 

, , 1939, (4) 

, , 1940, (5) 



-5- 



Hicklin, J. B., 1938 

Hill, Weldon B., 1945 

Hornbeck, Ross Wright, 1937 

Hunter, Charles Eugene and Mattocks, Philip Ward, 1936, (2) 

, and . , 1938, (3) 

, , 1938, (4) 

, , 1940, (5) 

, , 1941, (6) 

, and Murdock, Thomas Glenn and MacCarthy, Gerald Raleigh, 

1942, (7] 

, and Gildersleeve, Benjamin, 1946, (8) 

__, , 1950, (11) 

_, , 1950, (12) 

Iden, Susan, 193o 

Johnson, Neil 0., i960 

Jones, Jack 0» and Peyton, Alexander L., 1950 

Jones, Waldo H., 1949 

Katz, Frank James, 1919 

Kelser, Thomas Lingle and Olson, Jerry Chipman, 1942, (l) 

_, __ , 1942, (2) 

, , 1956, (6) 

Keppel, David, 1943 

King, C. Henry, 1948 

Kline, Mitchell Heenry and Ballard, Thomas Janney, 1948 

Laurence, Robert A., 1949, (l) 

, ,1957, (2) 

Lawrence, R. C, 1941 

Lewis, Joseph Volney, 1920, (l) 

_, _ , 1920, (2) 

Loughlin, Gerald Francis and Berry, E. W. and Cushman, J. A,, 1921 

McGlothin, Tom Chairman and others, 1951 

Mcintosh, Frank Kenyon, 1948 

Mankin, Charles John and Cassidy, M. M., i960 

Mansfield, Wendell C, 1927 

Mattson, Vernon Linnaeus, 1938 

Maurice, Charles Stewart, 1948 

Menzies, Robert and Smith, Edmunds, Jr., 1934 

Mertic, John B., Jr., 1957 

Mining World, 1953, (l) 

, 1953, (2) 

, 1956, (3) 

., 1956, (4) 

, 1957, (5) 

, 1959, (6) 

Miser, Hugh D., 1950 

Moneymaker, Berlen Clifford, 1938, (3) 

< , 1944, (5) 

Munds, William Harold and Ewaldt, Harold Boaden and Coken, Charles Jonas, 1944 
Murdock, Thomas Glenn, 1940, (l) 

, 1941, (2) 

, 1942, (3) 

, 1946, (5) 

and Hunter, Charles Eugene, 1946, (6) 



., 1947, (7) 
., 1950, (9) 



-6- 



Newberry, Andrew White and others, 194& 

North Carolina Department Conservation and Development, 1944, (2) 

Oder, Charles R. L. and Hook, John W., 1950 

Olson, Jerry Chipman and Parker, John Mason, 3d. and Page, James Jeffers, 

1944, (1) 

, , 1944, (2) 

, , and others, 1946, (3) 

, , 1952. (4) 

Oriel, Steven S., 1950, (l) 

Overstreet, William Courtney and Theobald, Paul Kellog, Jr. and Whitlow, 

Jesse William, I960, (3) 

Pardee, Joseph Thomas, 1935 

Parker, John Mason, 3d., 1946, (2) 

, 1950, (4) 

, 1952, (5) 

, 1953, (6) 





.„_ ♦ ,, 


t 










, 


* 



Pearson, Kathryn, 1941 
Pogue, Joseph Ezekiel, 1910, 
Powel, G. W., 1939 
Powers, Lewis Edward, 1955 



Pratt 



(2) 



Joseph Hyde and Sterrett, 

and Berry, H. 

1914, (5) 



D. B., 1910, (1) 
M., 1911, (2) 



1914, 
1915, 



6) 
7) 



1915, (8) 

1916, (11) 



and Berry, Miss H. M., 1919, (13) 

1922, (16) 

1922, (17) 

1942, (21) 
Reinemund, John Adam, 1949, (l) 

_ ., „ , 1953, (2 

, , 1955, (3) 

Ries, Heinrich and Bayley, W. S. and others, 1922 
Robertson, Almon Fulton, 1946, (l) 

, and Mcintosh, Frank Kenyon and Ballard, Thomas Janney, 

1947, (2) 

Robertson, C. P., 1945 

Ross, Clarence Samuel and Shannon, Earl V., 1926, (2) 



Sams, Harriet, 1936 
Sharpe, Bill, 1943, 
1945, 
1951, 
1952, 
1952, 



_, 1929, 
1935, 
1937, 



(4) 
7) 
8) 



(1) 



Smith, John ELiphalet, 1914, 
St. Clair, Stuart, 1935 
Steel, Warren G., 1952 
Sterrett, Douglas Bovard, 1911, 
, , 1918, 



(1) 
(3) 



-7- 



Stone, Ralph Walter, 1912, (l) 

, , 1914, (2) 

1925, 



Stuckey 



1947, (28) 



Jasper Leonidas 



1925, 
1927, 
1928, 
1928, 
1929, 
1930, 
1932, 



(2) 
(3) 
(5) 
(6) 
(7) 

(8 

(9) 

(11) 



and Fontaine, James, 1933, (12) 
and Davis, Harry Towler, 1933, (13) 

1934, (14) 
and Davis, Harry Towler, 1938, (19) 

1937, (16) 

1937, (18) 
and George D'Arcy Roscoe, 194L, (23) 

1941 i (24) 

1942, (25) 

1942, (26) 
and Hunter, Charles Eugene and Murdock, Thomas Glenn, 



1948, (29) 

1949, (30) 

1949, (31) 

1950, (33) 
1950, (34) 

1952, (35) 

1953, (36) 
1953, (37) 

and Steel, Warren G., 1953, (38) 

, 1956, (40) 

and Rockwood, Nathan C, 1947 



Swans on, Herbert E. 

Teague, Kef ton Harding, 1950 

Thompson, Arthur Perry, 1913 

Toenges, Albert Louis and others, 1952 

Van Horn, Earl C, 1948, (l) 

, , 1949, (2) 

, __, and LeGrand, John R. and McMurray, Lynn Lloyd, 1949, (3) 

Vilbrandt, Frank C, 1925, (l) 

, , 1927, (2) 

Watson, John Wilbur, 1923 

Weed, Walter Harvey, 1911 

Wells, Bertram Whittier, 1940, (l) 

White, William Alexander, 1943, (l) 

, , 1944, (4) 

, , 1945, (6) 

Wilson, Hugh H., Jr., 1952 
World Oil, I960 
Zodac, Peter, 1948 



Erosion 



Berry, Edward Willard, 1952, (15) 
Cady, John Gilbert, 1951 
Feltner, C. E., 1948 
Harrington, John Wilbur, 1948, (3) 
Miller, Benjamin LeRoy, 1910, (l) 



-8- 



General 



Bryson, Herman Jennings, 1929, (4) 

, 1930, (6) 
, 1932, (8) 



Drane, Brent S., 1925, (2) 

Goerch, Carl, 1940, (l) 

Moneymaker, Berlen C. and Leonard, George K., 1949, (ll) 

. I . , 1949, (12) 

Pratt, Joseph Hyde, 1919, (12) 
, , 1921, (14) 



_, 1921, (15) 
_, 1923, (18) 



Scheer, Julian, 1954 
Thomas, Theresa M., 1936 



Geochemistry 



Bell, Henry, 3d., I960, (l) 

_, , , and Overstreet, William Courtney, i960, (2) 

Bliss, Allen Douglas, 1942 

Foster, Margaret Dorothy, 1937, (l) 

Gruner, John Walter, 1954 

Kulp, John Laurence and Brobst, Donald Albert, 1954, (l) 

Stuckey, Jasper Leonidas, 1924, (l) 

_, , 1926, (4) 

Wilcox, Ronald E., 1955 
Wyrick, Granville Glenn, i960 

Geologic Maps 

Boardman, Leona and Watson, Elaine, 1950 

Kulp, John Laurence and Brobst, Donald Albert, 1956, (2) 

North Carolina Department of Conservation and Development, 1937, (l) 

Stuckey, Jasper Leonidas and Conrad, Stephen G. , 1958, (41) 

Geomorphology 

Abernethy, Edgar, 1942 
Bowman, Joseph Richmond, i960 
Cobb, W. Battle, 1928 

, __, 1932 

Coleman, N. T. and Jackson, Marion LeRoy and Mehlick, A., 1950 

Fisher, John Joseph, i960 

Goerch, Carl, 1945, (2) 

Golston, E. F. and Stuckey, Jasper Leonidas, 1930 

Gwinn, G. Richards, 1950 

Hite, M. P., 1924 

Norburn, Martha Elizabeth. 1932, (2) 

Petty, Julian Jay, 1932, (l) 

Prouty, William Frederick, 1946, (21) 

Rude, G. I., 1923 

Sinha, Evelyn Zepel, i960 

Smith, David Dwyer and Dolan, Robert G., i960 

Wells, Bertram Whittier, 1941, (2) 

__, . 1943, (4) 



-9- 



White, William Alexander, 1944, 

, 1945. 


(2) 
(5) 


. 1946. 


(7) 


. 1948. 


(8) 


, 1948. 


(9) 


, 1950, 


(10) 


, 1951. 


(11) 


, 1953, 


(13) 


Wright, Frank James, 1927, (l) 

, 1929. (5) 




, 1930. (6) 





Wright, Robert James, 1942 



Geophysics 

Bonini, William Emory, 1955 (l) 

, and Woolard, George Prior, i960 (2) 

Dooley, John and Johnson, W. Ray, Jr. and Straley, H. W., 3d., 1955 

Goedicke, T. R., 1951, (2) 

Hersey, John Brackett and others, 1955 

Johnson, Robert Williams, Jr. and Bates, Robert Glenn, i960 

Johnson, W. Ray, Jr. and Straley, H. W., 3d., (l) 

and ., , , 1934, (2) 



, and MacCarthy, Gerald, 1938, (3) 

, , 1938, (4) 

, , and Straley, H. W., 3d., 1938, (5) 

, , and Straley, H. W., 194L, (6) 

, , and Straley, H. W., 2d. and Straley, H. W. 4th., 1950, (7) 

McCampbell, John Caldwell, 1945, (4) 

MacCarthy, Gerald Raleigh and Straley, H. W., 3d., 1938, (4) 

Mann, Virgil, I., 1958 

Meyer, Robert P., 1955 

Prouty, William Frederick, 1937, (17) 

Skeels, Dorr Covell, 1950 

Historical Geology 

Berry, Edward Willard, 1938, (l) 

, , 1940, (2) 

, , 1943, (8) 

Broadhurst, Samuel Davis, 1952, (3) 
Brown, Carl Barrier, 1932 
Bryson, Herman J., 1928, (3) 
Conrad, Stephen G., 1959, (l) 
Crickmay, Goeffrey William, 1936, (l) 

, , 1936, 2 

, , 1940, (3 

Frey, David Grover, 1953, (4) 

, , 1955, (7) 

Gardner, Julia Anna and Clark, W. B. and Berry, E. W., 1916, (2) 

Godbey, Allen H., 194L 

Goldsmith, Richard and Hadley, Jarvis Bardwell, 1955 

Kellus, Lewis Burnett, 1925, (l) 

Kulp, J. Laurence and Long, Leon E. and Eckelmann, F. Donald, 1957, (4) 



-10- 



Mansfield, Wendell Clay, 1929, (4) 

, , 1937, (6) 

Mundorff, Maurice John, 1944, (l) 
Murry, Grover ELmer, Jr., 1937,. (l) 

, _, , 1937, (2) 

Powers, Maurice C, 1951 
Pratt, Joseph Hyde, 1913, (4) 
Prouty, William Frederick, 1926, (2) 

, , 1928, (3) 

, , 1931, (6 

it (7) 



., 1933. 



Richards, Horace Gardiner, 1950, (5) 

, , 1954, (6) 

Stephenson, Lloyd William, 1911, (l) 

., 1912, (3) 



Hydrogeology 

Berry, Edward Willard, 1942, (7) 
Brown, Philip Monroe, I960, (4) 

, and Flovd, E. 0., I960, (5) 

Frey, David Grover, 1949, (l) 

Heron, Stephen Duncan, Jr., 1953, (l) 

Johnson, Bertrand Leroy and Stephenson, L. W., 1912, (l) 

Kimrey, Joel 0., I960, (l) 

, , I960, (2) 

Labman, Stanley William, 1934, (l) 

, , 1936, (2) 

LeGrand, Harry E., 1950, (l) 
__, 1952, (5) 



, 1952, 6 

, 1952, (7) 

, 1953, (9) 

. __, 1954, (10) 

and LeGrand, John R., 1954, (11 ) 

. , 1954, (12) 

and Broadhurst, Samuel Davis, 1955, (13) 

. , 1955, (15) 

, 1956, (16) 

, 1957, (17) 

, I960, (18) 

Mundorff, Maurice John, 1945, (2) 

1945, (3) 

1946, (4) 

1947, (5) 
1947, (6) 
1947, (7) 

1947, (8) 

1948, (9) 
1948, (10) 

and LeGrand, Harry E., 1949, (ll) 
1950, (12) 



11- 



North Carolina Department Conservation and Development, 1955, (3) 

Pusey, Richard D., i960, (l) 

Schipf, Robert G. and LeGrand, Harry E., 1954 

Stearns, Norah Dowell, 1927 

Stephenson, Lloyd William and Johnson, B. L., 1912, (2) 

Stose, George Willis and Stose, Anna Isabel Jonas, 1947 

Stuckey, Jasper Leonidas, 1929, (&a) 

, , 1930, (9a) 

Swain, Frederick Morrill, 1947, (l) 

Watson, Thomas Leonard, 1924 

Wells, Bertram Whittier and Boyce, Steve G. , 1953 , (6) 

Memorials 

Pratt, Joseph Hyde, 1916, (9) 

, , 1916, (10) 

Prouty, William Frederick and Poteat, William Louis and Stuckey, Jasper 
Leonidas, 1934, (8) 

, and MacNider, William deBerniere and Wilson, 

Henry Van Peters, 1934, (9) 

, , 1936, (16) 

Stuckey, Jasper Leonidas, 1943 » (27) 
, , 1950, (32) 

Meteorites 

Bailey, E. B., 1944 

Daly, Reginald Aldworth and Lars en, Esper Signius, Jr. and La Forge, 

Laurence, 1942 

Grant, Chapman, 1948 

Henderson, Edward Porter and Davis, Harry Towles, 1936, (2) 

, and Perry, Stuart Hoffman, 1953, (4) 

Hess, Harry Hammona and Henderson, Edward Porter, 1946 

McCampbell, John Caldwell, 1945, (l) 

Merrill, George Perkins, 1923 

Perry, Stuart Hoffman, 1939 

Watson, Fletcher G., Jr., 1936 

Wylie, Charles Clayton, 1933 

Mineralogy 

Alter, Chester M. and McColley, Earl Stanley, 1942 
Bayley, William Shirley, 1922, (5) 

, , 1923, (7) 

Beam, Mozelle Payne 

Behre, Charles H. Jr., 1959 

Brobst, Donald Albert, 1952, (l) 

Brown, Charles Q. and Ingram, Roy Lee, 1953 

Brown, Henry S., 1959 

Colburn, Burnham S., 1935 

Conley, James F., 1958, (l) 

Davidson, S. C, 1927 

Fabianie, W. L. and Stolte, N. H., 1933 

Fessler, Albra Henry and McCaughy, William John, 1929 



■12- 



Folks, Homer Clifton, i960 

Foster, Margaret Dorothy and Bryant, Bruce Hazelton and Hathaway, 

John Cummings, i960, (2) 

Foushee, Eugene D., 1954 

Friedman, Gerald Mandred, 1952 

Greaves, Walker and Arthur, Frederick, 1939, (4) 

Griffin, George M. and Ingram, Roy Lee, 1954, (l) 

, and , , 1955, (2) 

Grove, Clinton Sheely and Tucker, Rietz Courtney, 1933 
Hafer, C, 1941, (l) 

, __, 1941, (2) 

_, __, 1942, (3) 

Hall, George Martin, 1933, (l) 

_ » ' , 1934, (2) 

Harrington, John Wilbur, 1947, (2) 
Hawkins, Alfred Cary, 1942, (l) 

, , 1951, (2) 

Heinrick, Eberhardt William, 1945, (l) 
Henderson, Edward Porter, 1931, (l) 

, , and Glass, Jewell Jeanette, 1936, (3) 

Henderson, John R., 1936 

Heron, Stephen Duncan, Jr., 1957, (2) 

, , , I960, (4) 

Hess, Frank L. and Stevens, Rollin Elbert, 1937 

Hon jo, Goro and Kitamura, Norihisa and Mihama, Kazuhiro, 1954 

Hooks, W. Gary and Ingram, Roy Lee, 1955 

Hunter, Charles Eugene and White, William Alexander, 1946, (9) 

_, and Hask, Lewis J., 1949, (10) 

Ingram, Roy Lee, 1953, (l) 

, and Robinson, Maryanne, 1958, (2) 

Jaffe, Howard William and Sherwood, Alexander M., 1950 

Johnson, Bradley, 1936 

Jordan, Travis Nick, 1949 

McCaleb, Stanley B. and Lee, W. D., 1956 

Mcintosh, Franklin G., 1934 

McKelvey, Vincent Ellis and Balsley, James Robinson, Jr., 1947 

Misra, M. L., 1950 

Moneymaker, Berlen Clifford, 1941, (4) 

, __, 1955, (14) 

Murdock, Thomas Glenn, 1946, (4) 

Murray, Hayden Herbert and Sayyab, Abdullah S., 1955 
Neuman, Robert Ballin, 1941, (l) 
Nyun, M. A. and Caleb, Stanley B., 1955 
Origin of Cyanite, 1935 
Overstreet, William Courtney, i960, (2) 
Pakli, Rud, 1942 

Palache, Charles and Davidson, Stanley Cecil and Goranson, Edwin Alexander, 1930 
Penhallegon, William James, 1938 

Pocket dictionary of common rocks and minerals, 1915 
Pogue, Joseph Ezekiel, 1910, (l) 

1912 (3) 
Pratt, Joseph Hyde, 1933, (19) 

1933, (20) 



-13- 



Rogers, Austin Flint, 1934 

Rolfe, Bernard Nathan, 1954 

Ross, Clarence Samuel and Shannon, Earl V., 1925, (l) 

and , , 1926, (2) 

and , and Goyner, Forest A., 1928, (3) 

and Henderson, Edward Porter and Posnjak, Eugen, 1931, (5) 

and Kerr, Paul Francis, 1932, (6) 

, 1937, (8) 

, 1942, (9) 



Schaller, Waldemar Theodore, 1933 
Scroggs, Fred 0.,.1939, (l) 

_, , 1946, (2) 

Seagle, B. F., Jr., 1927 

Seaman, David Martin, 1941 *-.■-- 

Shore, Phil, 1952 

Smith, John ELiphalet, 1917, (9) 

Smith, Melbourne, 1950 

Stanley, Ruth P., i960 

Steinocher, V. and Novacek, Radim, 1939 

Stenbuck, Frederick A., 1947 

Sterrett, Douglas Bovard, 1912, (2) 

Stuckey, Jasper Leonidas, 1930, (10 ) 

, 1935, (15) 

, 1938, (20) 

and Amero, J. J., 1940, (21) 

, 194L, (22) 

, 1959, (38) 



, I960, (A2) 
, (44) 



- » 7-? !960 

Taber, Stephen, 1947, (2) 

, , 1948, (3) 

, , 1950, (4) 

Trudell, Harry W., 1918 

White, William Alexander, 1944 (3) 

Paleontology 

Berry, Charles Thompson, 1931 
Berry, Edward Wilber, 1909, (l) 

, . , 1920, (2) 

, , 1926, (3) 

Berry, Edward Willard, 1940, (3 

, , 19^, (4 

, , 1941, (5 

, , 1941, (6 

, , 1949, (11) 

, , 1950, (13) 

Boeshore, Irwin and Gray, William D., 1936 
Brown, Amos Peaslee and Pilsbry, H. A., 1912 
Brown, Philip Monroe, 1954, (l) 
Buell, Murray Fife, 1945, (l) 
Cheetham, Alan Herbert, i960 
Cobb, Collier, 1923, (l) 

, , 1923, (2) 

Colbert, Edwin Harris, 1947 
Conley, James F., i960, (3) 



-14- 



Cushman, Joseph Augustine, 1918, (l) 

and Cahill, Edgar 



CU1VJ. UOJ1JJ.J.J uu. 5 &x D., 1933 , 12) 

, and , , 1935, (3) 



Edwards, Richard Archer, 1944 
Funderburg, John B., i960 
Gardner, Julia Anna, 1951, (l) 

, and Clark, W. B. and Berry, E. W., 19l6, (3) 

, , 1917, (4) 

, , 1948, (5) 

Gislen, Tortsen, 1934 

Henbest, Lloyd George and Lohman, Kenneth Elmo and Mansfield, Wendell Clay, 1939 

Ingram, William Marcus, 1939 

Kellog, Arthur Remington, 1936 

Kellum, Lewis Burnett, 1926, (2) 

, , 1931, (3) 

Kjellesvig, Erik N., 1933 

McLean, James Douglas, Jr., 1947, (l) 

. , , 1949, (2) 

_, , , 1951, (3) 

McNeil, Francis Stearns, 193°, (l) 

, , 1937, (2) 

Mansfield, Wendell C, 1928, (2) 

, , 1928, (3) 

1 ___ _ 



jt 



_, 1936, (5) 
__, 1937, (7) 



Miller, D. N., Jr., 1953 

Murry, Grover Elmer, Jr., 1938, (4) 

Olsson, Axel, 1914, (l) 

, , 1916, (2) 

Pleasants, Paul, 1954 

Prouty, William Frederick, 1931, (5) 

, , 1934, (14) 

Rathburn, Mary Jane, 1923 

Richards, Horace Garidner, 1936, (l) 

« » , 1941, (2) 

, , 1943, 3) 

., , 1948, (4) 



Rowland, Helen lone, 1936 
Schaeffer, Bobb, 1954 
Simpson, George Gaylord, 1926 
Smith, Burnett, 1940, (l) 

, , 1943, (2) 

Stephenson, C. D., 1927 
Stephenson, Lloyd William, 1915, (4 

, , 1923, (5 

Swain, Frederick Morrill, 1951, (2) 

, , 1951, 3 

1 , 1952, (4 

Tucker, Helen lone, 1934, (l) 
, , 1936, (2) 



-15- 



Petrology 

Adams, Leason H. and Gibson, R. E., 1926 

Brobst, Donald Albert and Poldevaart, Arie and Kulp, John Laurence, 1953, (2) 

, and , m and , , 1954, (3) 

, , 19557T4) 

Cameron, Eugene Nathan, 1950, (l) 

, _, 1956, (2) 

Council, Richard J., 1955, (3) 

Eaton, Harry Nelson, 1910 

Eckelmann, F. Donald and Kulp, John Laurence, 1953, (l) 

. __ and , , 1956, (2) 

Fry, William H., 1911, (2) 
1911, (3) 



Griffitts, Wallace Rush and Overstreet, William Courtney, 1952, (l) 
Hamilton, Warren Bell, 1954, (l) 
Heinrick, Eberhardt William, 1950, (2) 

, , 1950, 3) 

, _ _ , 1951, (4) 

Hill, Jeff (George Franklin, Jr.), 1945 
Irwin, William Harold, 1943 
Kellbert, John M., 1947 
Kendall, Hugh Fes send en, 1953 
Kesler, Thomas Lingle, 1944, (3) 

_, . _, 1944, (4) 

Kirstein, Dewey S., Jr., 1955 

Kulp, John Laurence and Brobst, Donald Albert, 1954, (l) 

, and Poldevaart, Arie, 1956, (3) 

Laney, Francis Baker, 1911 

Lugeon and Sigg Henri, 1918 

Marble, John Putnam, 1937 

Miller, Roswell, 3d., 1953 

Overstreet, William Courtney and Griffitts, Wallace Rusk, 1955, (l) 

Parker, John Mason, 3d., 1937, (l) 

Pizerat, H. and Mering, J., 1954 

Plummer, J. K., 1915 

Pogue, Joseph Ezekiel, 1910, (l) 

Potter, Donald B., 1955 

Sharpe, Lois Kremer and Allen. Alice Standish, 1938, (l) 

, , 1942, (2) 

Smith, John KLiphalet, 1915, (3) 

, _ , 1916, (6) 

, , 1917, (9) 

Stuckey, Jasper Leonidas, 1937, (17) 

Thiesmeyer, Lincoln Reuber and Storm, Robert R., 1938 

Tyler, Stanley Allen, 1934 

Wilcox, Ronald E. and Poldevaart, Arie, 1956 

Physical Geology 

Bryant, Bruce and Reed, John C, Jr., 1959 
McCampbell, John Caldwell, 1952, (6) 
Petty, Julian Jay, 1936, (2) 
Prouty, William Frederick, 1925, (l) 
Smith, John Eliphalet, 19l6, (5) 



-16- 



Physiographic Geology 

Bingham, Edgar, 1952 

Clark, William Bullock, 1912, (2) 

Cobb, Collier, 1927, (3) 

LeGrand, Harry E., 1951, (2) 

Miller, Benjamin Leroy and Clark, W. B. and Stephenson, L. W., 1912, (3) 

Norburn, Martha Elizabeth, 1932, (l) 

Osbon, Clarence C, 1920 

Prouty, William Frederick, 1946, (22) 

Wright, Frank James, 1927, (2) 

, , 1928, (3) 

, , 1928, (4) 

Stratigraphy 

Alexander, Alexandre Emil, 1932 

Barrell, Joseph, 1925 

Berry, Edward Willard, 1950, (12) 

Berryhill, Louise Russell, 1948 

Brown, Philip Monroe, 1955, (2) 

Bryson, Herman Jennings, 1933, (9) 

Clark, William Bullock and Miller, B. L. and Stephenson, L. W., 1912, (3) 

Heron, Stephen Duncan, Jr., 1958, (3) 

Huddle, John Warfield, 1940 

King, Elizabeth Raymond and Ziete, Isidore, I960 

McCampbell, John Caldwell and Vitz, Howard E., 1937, (2) 

1952 (5) 
Mansfield, Wendell C, 1943 , ( 8 ) 

Miller, Benjamin Leroy and Clark, W. B. and Stephenson, L. W., 1912 
Moneymaker, Berlen Clifford, 1934, (l) 

, . , 1938, (2) 

Nelson, Wilbur Armistead, 1954 

Neuman, Robert Ballin, I960, (2) 

Reed, John C, Jr. and Bryant, Bruce, 1958, (l) 

__, ,, _ and , , i960, (3) 

Spangler, Walter Blue, 1950 
Vaughan, Thomas Wayland, 1918 
Wilson, William F., i960 

Structural Geology 

Grannel, Dana B., i960 
Hamilton, Warren Bell, 1956, (2) 
Harrington, John Wilbur, 1947, (l) 

, , 1949, (4) 

, , 1951, (5) 

King, Philip B., 1950, (2) 

McCampbell, John Caldwell, 1952, (6) 

Oriel, Steven S., 1951, (2) 

Prouty, William Frederick, 1928, (4) 

Pusey, Richard D., i960, (2) 

Reed, John Calvin, Jr. and Bryant, Bruce, i960 

Smith, John KLiphalet, 1916, (4) 

, __, 1917, (10) 

White, William Alexander, 1952, (12) 



•17- 



Bibliography 

Abernethy, Edgar 

1942 The Brushies: The State Mag., p. 8, May 16, Raleigh, N. C. 

Adair, Ralph B., Doody, Thomas Clare and Schoneborn, Edward Martin, Jr. 
1947 Evaluation of North Carolina raw materials for manufacture 
of cement (pt. l), Preliminary laboratory investigation; 
N. C. Eng. Expt. Sta. Bull. 35, 31 p., illus. 

Adams, Leason H. and Gibson, R. R. 

1926 The compressibilities of dunite and of basalt glass and 

their bearings on the composition of the earth: Nat. Acad. 
Sci. Proc, v. 12, no. 5, PP» 275-283; Die kompressilibilitat 
des dunites and des basalitischen glases and ihre begiehungen 
zur zusammensetzung der erde: Gerlands Beitrage zur 
Geophysik, Bd. 15, H. 3, pp. 241-250. 

Alexander, Alexandre Emil 

1932 The probable sedimentation of the slates and flint-like 
slates of North Carolina (abs.):ELisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. 
Jour., v. 47, no. 1, pp. 18-21. 

Allhands, William 

(1) 1945 The story of corundum: The State Mag., p. 8, May 19, 

Raleigh, N. C. 

(2) 1945 The lost silver mine: The State Mag., p. 11, Nov. 3, 

Raleigh, N. C. 

Alter, Chester and McColley, Earl Stanley 

1942 The lead-^iranium-thorium ratios of various zones of a single 
crystal of uraninite from Spruce Pine, North Carolina (abs.): 
Am. Mineralogist, v. 27, no. 3, p. 213, Mar. 



Gold in the southern Appalachians: U. S. Dept. Interior Press 
Memo. 113781, 10 p. 

Spodumene in North Carolina: Am. Ceramic Soc. Bull., 
v. 17, no. 2, pp. 81-82. 

Tin deposits of North and South Carolina: Rocks and 
Minerals, v. 16, no. 12, pp. 456-459, Dec. 

Manufacturing China clay opportunities in North Carolina: 

N. C. Dept. of Cons, and Devel. Bull. 40, 24 p., illus. incl. 

geol. maps. 

(5) 1943 North Carolina, a story of great achievement: Manufacturer's 
Record, v. 112, no. 10, pp. 50-79, illus., Oct. 



Anonymous 
(1) 1936 


(2) 


1938 


(3) 


1941 


(4)' 


194L 



■18- 



Ashley, George Hall 

1917 Notes on the greensand deposits of the eastern United 

States: U. S. Geol. Survey, Bull. 64L , pp. 311-324 (abs.) 
by R. W. S., Wash. Acad. Sci. Jour., v. 7, pp. 564-565. 

Atkins, Stewart 

1935 Volcanoes and earthquakes: The State Mag., pp. 2, 20, Reprint 
in the State Mag., pp. 9, 18, May 21, 1949, Raleigh, N. C. 

Averitt, Paul and Berryhill, Louise Russell 

1950 Coal resources of the United States: a progress report, 
Nov. 1, U. S. Geol. Survey Circ. 94, 33 p., illus., Dec. 

Bailey, E. B. 

1944 Meteorite or springs as geological agents: Nature (London), 
v. 154, no. 3908, pp. 383-385, illus., Sept. 23. 

Ballard, Thomas Janney 

(1) 1947 Corundum Hill mine, Macon County, North Carolina: U. S. 

Bur. Mines Rpt. Inv. 4042, 10 p., illus. incl. geol. maps. 

(2) 1947 Buck Creek corundum, Clay County, North Carolina: U. S. 

Bur. Mines Rpt. Inv. 4052, 34 P«, illus. incl. geol. maps. 

Ballard, Thomas Janney and Clayton, Austin B. 

(3) 1948 Conrad Hill copper and gold deposit, Davidson County, 

North Carolina: U. S. Bur. Mines Rpt. Inv. 4290, 7 p., 
illus. incl. index map. 

(4) 1948 Investigation of the Ore Knob copper mine, Ashe County, 

North Carolina: U. S. Bur. Mines Rpt. Inv. 434L, 8 p., 
illus. incl. index map. 

Barrell, Joseph 

1925 The nature and environment of the Lower Cambrian sediments 
of the southern Appalachians: Am. Jour. Sci., 5th ser., 
v. 9, pp. 1-20, 2 figs. 

Barringer, Brandon 

1944 Observation on the Carolina "craters" or "bays": Pop. 

Astronomy, v. 55, no. 4, pp. 215-217, illus., Apr. 1947; 
Meteor. Soc. Contr., v. 4, no. 1, pp. 33-35, illus., 
1947; reply by W. F. Prouty, Pop. Astronomy, v. 56, no. 9, 
pp. 499-501, Nov. 1948. 

Bayley, William Shirley 

(1) 1920 Kaolin in North Carolina, with a brief note on hydromica: 

Econ. Geology, v. 15, no. 3, PP» 236-246. 

(2) 1921 The magnetitic ores of North Carolina - their origin: 

Econ. Geology, v. 10, no. 2, pp. 142-152, 1 pi. 



-19- 



Bayley, William Shirley 

(3) 1921 Magnetites of North Carolina; their origin (abstract with 

discussion by T. L. Watson): Geol. Soc. Am. Bull., v. 32, 
no. 1, pp. 64-65« 

(4) 1922 A magnetite-marble ore at Lansing, North Carolina: KLisha 

Mitchell Sci. Soc. Jour., v. 37 » nos. 3~4» PP« 138-152, 4 pis. 

(5) 1922 General features of the magnetic ores of western North 

Carolina and eastern Tennessee: U. S. Geol. Survey Bull. 735, 
pp. 209-270, 6 figs. 

(6) 1923 The magnetic iron ores of east Tennessee and western North 

Carolina: Tennessee Division of Geology, Bull. 29, 252 pp., 
28 figs., 23 pis.; North Carolina Geol. and Econ. Survey 
Bull. 32, 252 p., 28 figs., 23 pis. 

(7) 1923 The occurrence of rutile in the titaniferous magnetites of 

western North Carolina and eastern Tennessee: Econ. Geology, 
v. 18, no. 4, pp. 382-392, 1 pi. 

(8) 1925 The kaolins of North Carolina: North Carolina Geol. and 

Econ. Survey Bull. no. 29, 132 p., 14 figs., 2 pis (incl. map). 

(9) 1925 Deposits of brown iron ores (brown hematite) in western 

North Carolina: North Carolina Geol. and Econ. Survey Bull, 
no. 31, 76 p., 11 figs., 9 pis. 

Beam, Mozelle Payne 

1949 The discoverer of hiddenite: The State Mag., pp. 3, 18-20, 
Aug. 2, Raleigh, N. C. 

Beck, William August 

1946 Exploration at the Cline (gold) mine, Cabarrus County, 
North Carolina: U. S. Bur. Mines Rpt. Inv. 3873, 4 p., 
illus. index map. 

Behre, Charles H., Jr. 

1950 Problems of the genesis of mineral deposits of the Southeastern 
States: Symposium On Mineral Resources of the Southeastern 
United States, 1949 Proc, 236 p., illus. incl. 

Bell, Henry 3d 

(1) i960 A synthesis of geologic work in the Concord area, North 

Carolina: Art. 84 in U. S. Geol. Survey Prof. Paper 400-B, 
pp. Bl89-B191,incl. geol. map. 

Bell, Henry 3d. and Overstreet, William Courtney 

(2) i960 Geochemical and heavy-mineral reconnaissance of the Concord 

quadrangle, Cabarrus County, North Carolina: U. S. Geol. 
Survey Mineral Inv. Field Studies Map MF-234, scale 1:24,000 
(1 in. to 2,000 ft.), with text. 



■20- 



Berry, Charles Thompson 

1931 Metatarsal of "Equus" from marine Pliocene of North Carolina: 
Pan-Am. Geologist, v. 56, no. 5, PP« 340-342, 1 pi. 

Berry, Edward Wilber 

(1) 1909 The geologic relations of the Cretaceous floras of Virginia 

and North Carolina (abs.): Science, n. s., v. 29, p. 629; 
Geol. Soc. Am. Bull. no. 20, pp. 655-659, (1910). 

(2) 1920 Contributions to the Mesozoic flora of the Atlantic Coastal 

Plain, XII; North Carolina: Torrey Bot. Club, Bull., v. 47, 
no. 9, PP. 397-406, 2 figs. 

(3) 1926 Pleistocene plants from North Carolina: U. S. Geol. Survey 

Prof. Paper 140, pp. 97-119, 13 pis. 

Berry, Edward Willard 

(l) 193S Triassic coals (abs.): ELisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. Jour., 

v. 54, no. 2, p. 188, December 1938; Geol. Soc. Am. 

Bull., v. 49, no. 12, pt. 2, p. 1910. 

Triassic of Anson County, North Carolina (abs.): Geol. Soc. 
Am. Bull., v. 51, no. 12, pt. 2, p. 1920. 

Triassic spores (abs.): N. C. Acad. Sci. Proc. "in" Elisha 
Mitchell Sci. Soc. Jour., v. 56, no. 2, pp. 225-226. 

Pamlico fossil echinoilds: U. S. Natl. Mus. Proc. v. 90, no. 
3113, PP. 443-445, illus. 

Well no. 2, Camp Davis, North Carolina (abs.): N. C. Acad. 
Sci. Proc. "in" Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. Jour., v. 57, 
no. 2, p. 207. 

Notes on Triassic plants from North Carolina (abs.): Am. 
Jour. Botany, v. 28, no. 10, Supp. p. 8. 

Water supply in North Carolina Coastal Plain (abs.): Geol. 
Soc. Am. Bull., v. 58, no. 12, pt. 2, p. 1795. 

Recent wells near Elizabeth City, North Carolina (abs.): 
N. C. Acad. Sci. Proc, "in" Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. 
Jour., v. 59, no. 2, p. 118. 

New concept of North Carolina Coastal Plain (abs.): Geol. Soc. 
Am. Bull., v. 57, no. 12, pt. 2, pp. 1177-1178. 

Marls and limestones of eastern North Carolina: N. C. Dept. of 
Cons, and Devel., Div. of Mineral Res. Bull. 54, 16 p., 
geol. map, 1947 (abs.); N. C. Acad. Sci. Proc, "in" 
Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. Jour., v. 63, no. 2, p. 102. 



(2) 


1940 


(3) 


1940 


(4) 


19a 


(5) 


1941 


(6) 


1941 


(7) 


1942 


(8) 


1943 


(9) 


1946 


(10) 


1947 



•21- 



(12) 


1950 


(13) 


1950 


(14) 


1950 



Berry, Edward Willard 

(11) 1949 Fossils from Harrellsville, North Carolina (abs.): N. C. 

Acad. Sci. Proc, "in" ELisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. Jour., 

v. 65, no. 2, p. 196. 

Conglomerate in the "Carolina slates" (abs.): Geol. Soc. 
Am. Bull., v. 6l, no. 12, p. 1444, Dec. 

A Cretaceous log-jam (abs.): N. C. Acad. Sci. Proc. "in" 
Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. Jour., v. 66, no. 2, p. 116, Dec. 

Exploration for petroleum and natural gas in North Carolina, 
"in" The mining industry in North Carolina from 1937 to 1945: 
N. C. Dept. of Cons, and Devel., Div. of Mineral Res. Econ. 
Paper no. 65, pp. 55-57. 

(15) 1952 Solution or not (abs.): N. C. Acad. Sci. Proc. "in" 

Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. Jour., v. 68, no. 2, p. 143, Dec. 

(16) 1954 North Carolina Coastal Plain floor 1953 (abs.): Geol. Soc. 

Am. Bull., v. 65, no. 12, pt. 2, p. 1355, Dec. 

Berry, George Willard 

1948 North Carolina Coastal Plain floor: Geol. Soc. Am. Bull., 

v. 59 t no. 2, pp. 87-89, illus. incl. index contour map, Feb. 

Berryhill, Louise Russell 

1948 Stratigraphy of the Standard Oil of New Jersey Hatteras 

Light well no. 1 (N. C.) (abs.): N. C. Acad. Sci. Soc. Jour., 
v. 64, no. 2, pp. 170-171, Dec. 

Bingham, Edgar 

1952 Physiographic diagram of North Carolina: Scale 1:2,000,000 

(about 1 in. to 30 mi.), New York, Columbia Univ. Geog. Press. 

Bishop, Frank H. 

1948 North Carolina tungsten: Min. Cong. Jour., v. 34 f no. 9, 
pp. 77-82, illus., Sept. 

Blakemore, Page B., Jr. 

1938 Gold mines of North Carolina: Mineralogist, v. 6, no. 2, pp. 
5-6, 22-23. 

Bliss, Allen Douglas 

1942 The analysis and age of a North Carolina monazite; Pt. 3 
of radioactive substances: Am. Jour. Sci., v. 242, no. 
6, pp. 327-330, June 1944; (abs.) Am. Mineralogist, v. 27, 
no. 3, P» 215, Mar. 

Boardman, Leona, and Watson, Elaine 

1950 Geologic map index of North Carolina: U. S. Geol. Survey 
Index to geologic mapping in' the United States. Scale 
1:750,000 or about 1 inch to 12 miles. 

Boeshore, Irwin and Gray, William D. 

1936 An Upper Cretaceous wood "Torreya antiqua": Am. Jour. 
Botany, v. 23, no. 8, pp. 524-528, 14 figs. 



-22- 



Bonini, William Emory 

(1) 1955 Seismic-refraction studies of geologic structure in North 

Carolina and South Carolina (abs.): Geol. Soc. Am. Bull., 

v. 66, no. 12, pt. 2, pp. 1532-1533, Dec. 

Bonini, William Emory and Woollard, George Prior 

(2) i960 Subsurface geology of North Carolina - South Carolina Coastal 

Plain from seismic data: Am. Assoc. Petroleum Geologists Bull., 
v. 44, no. 3, pp. 298-315» incl. geol. sketch and structure 
contour maps, diagrams, sections and tables, Mar. 

Bowles, Edgar Oliver 

1937 Asbestos: U. S. Bur. Mines Bull. 403, iv, 92 p., 10 figs. 

Bowman, Joseph Richmond 

i960 Natural by-passing of sand at coastal inlets: Am. Soc. Civil 

Engineers Proc, v. 86, paper 2540; Jour. Waterways and Harbors 
Div., no. WW2, pp. 131-132, June i960. (Discussion of paper by 
P. Brown and F. Gerritsen, ibid. , Dec. 1959). 

Brannock, Kent C. 

1942 Notes on a corundum locality in western North Carolina: Rocks 
and Minerals, v. 17, no. 2, p. 62, Feb. 

Brinkley, Earle 

1942 The romance of gold: The State Mag., pp. 9, 24, May 2, Raleigh 
N. C. 

Broadhurst, Samuel Davis 

(1) 1949 A general survey of some high silica materials in North Carolina: 

N. C. Dept. of Cons, and Devel., Div. of Mineral Res. Inf. Circ. 

7, 30 p., June. 

(2) 1950 White residual clays of the volcanic slate belt in North Carolina: 

N. C. Dept. of Cons, and Devel., Div. of Mineral Res. Inf. Circ. 

8, 23 p., illus. incl. geol. map. 

(3) 1952 An introduction to the topography, geology and mineral resources 

of North Carolina: N. C. Dept. of Cons, and Devel., Div. of Mineral 
Res. Educ. Ser. 2, 17 p., illus. incl. geol. sketch maps. 

Broadhurst, Samuel Davis and Hask, Lewis J. 

(4) 1953 The scrap mica resources of North Carolina: N. C. Dept. of Cons. 

and Devel., Div. of Mineral Res. Bull. no. 66, vi, 66 p., illus. 

Broadhurst, Samuel Davis and Councill, Richard J. 

(5) 1953 A preliminary report on high alumina minerals in the volcanic-slate 

series, North Carolina: N. C. Dept. of Cons, and Devel., Div. of 
Mineral Res. Inf. Circ. 10, 22 p., illus. 



-23- 



Broadhurst, Samuel Davis 

(6) 1954 A report on the high-silica sand resources of North Carolina: 

N. C. Dept. of Cons, and Devel., Div. of Mineral Res. Inf. Circ. 
11, 35 p., illus. 

Broadhurst, Samuel Davis and Councill, Richard J. 

(7) 1954 High-alumina minerals in the volcanic-slate series of North Carolina 

(abs.): Geol. Soc. Am. Bull., v. 65, no. 12, pt. 2, p. 1356, Dec. 

Broadhurst, Samuel Davis 

(8) 1955 The mining industry in North Carolina from 1946 through 1953: 

N. C. Dept. of Cons, and Devel., Div. of Mineral Res. Econ. Paper 
no. 66, vii, 99 p., ..illus. incl. geol. sketch map. 

(9) 1956 Lithium resources of North Carolina: N. C. Dept. of Cons, and 

Devel., Div. of Mineral Res. Inf. Circ. 15, iii, 37 p., illus. 
incl. geol. sketch map. 

Brobst, Donald Albert 

(1) 1952 Character and origin of the Roan and Carolina gneisses in the 

Spruce Pine pegmatite district, North Carolina (abs.): Geol. Soc. 
Am. Bull., v. 63, no. 12, pt. 2, pp. 1237-1238, Dec. 1952; Am. 
Mineralogist, v. 38, nos. 3~4, p. 331, Mar. -Apr. 1953. 

Brobst, Donald Albert, Poldervaart, Arie and Kulp, John Laurence 

(2) 1953 Mafic intrusions as a clue to the metamorphic history of the 

Spruce Pine district, North Carolina (abs.): Geol. Soc. Am. 
Bull., v. 64, no. 12, pt. 2, pp. 1399-1400, Dec. 

(3) 1954 Mafic intrusions as a clue to the metamorphic history of the 

Spruce Pine district, North Carolina (abs.): Am. Mineralogist, 
v. 39, nos. 3-4, p. 317, Mar. -Apr. 

Brobst, Donald Albert 

(4) 1955 Guide to the geology of the Spruce Pine district, North Carolina: 

"in" Russell, R. J., ed., Guides to southeastern geology, pp. 
579-592, illus. 

Brown, Amos Peaslee and Pilsbry, H. A. 

1912 Notes on a collection of fossils from Wilmington, North Carolina: 
Acad. Nat. Sci., Phila. Pro., v. 64, pp. 152-153, illus. 

Brown, Carl Barrier 

1932 A new Triassic area in North Carolina: Am. Jour. Sci. 5th ser., 
v. 23, pp. 525-528, 2 figs. incl. map. 

Brown, Charles Q. and Ingram, Roy Lee 

1953 The clay minerals of Neuse River sediments (N. C.) (abs.): 

N, C. Acad. Sci. Proc. "in" ELisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. Jour., 

v. 69, no. 2, p. 93, Dec. 1953; also pub. in Jour. Sed. Petrology, 

v. 24, no. 3, PP« 196-199, illus. incl. geol. sketch maps, Sept. 

1954. 



-24- 



Brown, Henry S. 

1959 Biotite alterations in the country rock at Ore Knob, North 
Carolina (abs.): Geol. Soc. Am. Bull. v. 70, no. 12, pt. 2, 
July-Dec . 

Brown, Philip Monroe 

(1) 1954 Deposits of Middle Miocene age in Martin County, North Carolina 

(abs.): N. C. Acad. Sci. Proc. "in" KLisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. 
Jour., v. 70, no. 2, pp. 129-130, Dec. 

(2) 1955 Stratigraphic revision of the Trent Marl of North Carolina 

(abs.): Geol. Soc. Am. Bull., v. 66, no. 12, pt. 2, p. 1686, Dec. 

(3) 1957 Relation of phosphorite deposits to ground water in Beaufort 

County, North Carolina (abs.): Geol. Soc. Am. Bull. v. 68, no. 12, 
pt. 2, p. 1877, July-Dec. 

(4) i960 Ground-inrater supply of Cape Hatteras National Seashore Recreational 

Area: N. C. Dept. of Water Res. Rept. Inv. 1, 14 p., incl. sketch 
map, section, diagram and tables. 

Brown, Philip and Floyd, E. 0. 

(5) I960 Occurrence of lithium, boron, bromine, fluorine and iodine in 

natural ground waters of the Coastal Plain of North Carolina (abs.)s 
Geol. Soc. Am. Bull., v. 71, no. 12, pt. 2, p. 2013, Dec. 

Bryant, Bruce and Reed, John C, Jr. 

1959 Some structural features of the Grandfather Mountain area, north- 
western North Carolina (abs.): Geol. Soc. Am. Bull., v. 70, no. 12, 
pt. 2, July-Dec. 

Bryson, Herman Jennings 

(1) 1927 The mineral industry in North Carolina for 1924 and 1925: N. C. 
Dept. of Cons, and Devel., Econ. Paper no. 60, 64 p. 

The mining industry in North Carolina during 1926: N. C. Dept. of 
Cons, and Devel., Econ. Paper no. 62, 63 p. 

The story of the geologic making of North Carolina: N. C. Dept. of 
Cons, and Devel., Educ. Ser. no. 1, 42 p., 11 pis. (incl. map). 

(Report of the) Division of Mineral Resources: N. C. Dept. of 
Cons, and Devel., 2d. Bienn. Rept., pp. 92-94* 

Copper in North Carolina: Eng. and Min. Jour., v. 127, no. 22, 
pp. 870-871. 



(2) 


1928 


(3) 


1928 


(4) 


1929 


(5) 


1929 



-25- 



(7) 


1931 


(a) 


1932 


(9) 


1933 


(10) 


1936 



Bryson, Herman Jennings 

(6) 1930 (Report of the) Division of Mineral Resources: N. C. Dept. of 
Cons, and Devel., 3d. Bienn. Rept., pp. 71-74* 

Nonmetallic minerals to play important part in North Carolina's 
future: Pit and Quarry, v. 21, no. 11, pp. 55— 5^, 62, 7 figs. 

Division of Mineral Industries (report): N. C. Dept. of Cons, 
and Devel., 4th Bienn. Rept., pp. 98-102. 

Relation of geology to ground-water resources of North Carolina 
(abs.): Water Works and Sewerage, v. 80, no. 12, p. 444» 

Gold deposits in North Carolina: N. C. Dept. of Cons, and 
Devel., Bull. 38, 157 p., 1 pi. front., 15 figs. 

Bryson, Herman Jennings and others 

(11) 1937 The mining industry in North Carolina from 1929 to 1936: N. C. 

Dept. of Cons, and Devel., Econ. Paper 64, 137 p., 28 figs. incl. 
index maps. 

Bryson, Herman Jennings 

(12) 1938 Ceramic raw products of North Carolina: Manufactures Record, v. 

107, no. 5, pp. 34, 56, 2 figs. 

(13) 1938 Feldspar deposits of North Carolina (abs.): Geol. Soc. Am. Bull., 

v. 49, no. 12, pt. 2, pp. 1945-1946. 

Buell, Murray Fife 

(1) 1945 Late Pleistocene forests of southeastern North Carolina: 

Torreya, v. 45, no. 4, pp. 117-118, Dec. 

(2) 1946 Jerome Bog, a peat-filled "Carolina Bay": Torrey Bot. Club., 

Bull. 1, v. 73, no. 1, pp. 24-33, illus., Jan. 

(3) 1946 The age of Jerome Bog, "A Carolina Bay": Science, v. 103, no. 

2662, pp. 14-15, Jan. 

Burgess, B. C. 

1936 Pyrophyllite, a new development, the Gerhardt deposit (N. C.): 
Am. Ceramic Soc. Bull., v. 15, no. 9, pp. 299-302, 5 figs. 

Cady, John Gilbert 

1951 Rock weathering and soil formation in the North Carolina Piedmont 
region: Soil Sci. Soc. of Am. Proc. 1950, v. 15, pp. 337-342. 

Cameron, Eugene Nathan 

(l) 1950 Intrusion and granitization in the Bryson City area, North Carolina, 

and their relation to region deformation (abs.): Geol. Soc. Am. 

Bull., v. 6l, no. 12, pt. 2, p. 1448, Dec. 



-26- 



Cameron, Eugene Nathan 

(2) 1951 Feldspar deposits of the Bryson City district, North Carolina: 

N. C. Dept. of Cons., and Devel., Div. of Mineral Res. Bull. 

no. 62, viii, 100 p., illus. incl. geol. maps. 

Cameron, J. M. 

1911 The Cranberry iron-ore mine; large deposit of high-grade magnetite 
(Iron Mountain, Mitchell County, N. C.): Mines and Minerals, v. 32, 
pp. 42-44. 

Cannon, Harry B. 

1950 Economic minerals in the beach sands of the southeastern United 
States: Symposium on mineral resources of the southeastern United 
States, 1949 Proc, 236 p., illus. incl. 

Carraway, Gertrude 

1941 Limestone mining: The State Mag., pp. 10, 20, Sept. 6, Raleigh, 
N. C. 

Chapman, Ashton. 

1951 Gem stones of the Appalachians: Nature Mag., v. 44, no. 1, 
pp. 21-24, illus., Jan. 

Cheetham, Alan Herbert 

I960 Rimosocella , New genus of Cheilostome Bryozoa (Georgia and 

North Carolina): Micropaleontology, v. 6, no. 3, PP» 287-289, 
illus., July. 

Clark, William Bullock 

(1) 1909 Some results. of an investigation of the Coastal Plain formation 

of the area between Massachusetts and North Carolina (abs.): 
Science n. s., v. 29, p. 629; Geol. Soc. Am. Bull., v. 20, 
pp. 646-654, (1910). 

(2) 1912 The physiography. of the Coastal Plain of North Carolina; the 

correlation of the Coastal Plain of North Carolina: N. C. Geol. 
Survey, v. 3, pp. 23-33, 304-330. 

Clark, William Bullock, Miller, B. L. and Stephenson, L. W. 

(3) 1912 The stratigraphy of the Coastal Plain of North Carolina; the 

geological history of the Coastal Plain of North Carolina: N, C, 
Geol. Survey, v. 3, pp. 34-41, 291-303. 

Claytor, Alton B, 

1933 What's all this about mining for tin?: The State Mag., pp. 20, 24, 
Dec. 2, Raleigh, N. C. 

Cobb, Collier 

(l) 1923 The immediate ancestor of our domestic horse, found fossil 

in Halifax County, North Carolina (abs.): ELisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. 

Jour., v. 29, nos. 1-2, pp. 31-32. 



-27- 



Cobb, Collier 

(2) 1923 Permian fossils from the base of the North Carolina Newark 

(abs.): Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. Jour., v. 29, nos. 1-2, 
pp. 30-31. 

(3) 1927 Our changing environment in North Carolina (abs.): ELisha 

Mitchell Sci. Soc. Jour., v. 43, nos. 1-2, p. 13. 

(4) 1933 Dune sands and eolian soils in relation to present and past 

climatic conditions of the continent of North America: Cong, 
internat. geographic, Paris, 1931, compte rendu, tome 2, fasc. 
1, p. 712. 

Cobb, Margaret Cameron 

1924 The origin of corundum associated with dunite in western 

North Carolina: Dissertation, Bryn Mawr College, 43 p., 7 pis., 
map, Bryn Mawr, Perm. 

Cobb, W. Battle 

(1) 1928 Soil age and its possible significance in geology (abs.): 

Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. Jour., v. 44, no. 1, pp. 17-18. 

(2) 1932 Variations in soils developed from sands in eastern North Carolina 

(abs.): Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. Jour., v. 47, no. 1, pp. 17-18. 

Colbert, Edwin Harris 

1947 Studies of the phytosaurs "Machaeroprosopus" and "Rutidon" 

(Ariz., N. C.): Am. Mus. Nat. History Bull., v. 88, art. 2, 

Pp. 53-96, illus., Feb. 6. 

Colburn, Burnham S. 

1935 Stony Point hiddenite deposits: Mineralogist, v. 3, no. 11, 
pp. 9-10. 

Coleman, N. T., Jackson, Marion LeRoy and Mehlick, A. 

1950 Several coastal plain, piedmont, and mountain soils of North 

Carolina, (Pt. 2) "of" Mineral composition of the clay fraction: 
Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc, v. 14, pp. 81-85, illus. 

Conley, James F. 

(1) 1958 Mineral localities of North Carolina: N. C. Dept. of Cons, and 

Devel., Div. of Mineral Res. Inf. Circ. no. l6 t 83 p., incl. 
index maps. 

(2) 1959 Geology of the Albemarle Quadrangle, North Carolina (abs.): Geol. 

Soc. Am. Bull., v. 70, no. 12, pt. 2, July-Dec. 

(3) i960 Impressions resembling worm burrows in rocks of the Carolina 

volcanic -sedimentary group Stanley County, North Carolina: 
(Reprint), Southeastern Geology, v. 1, no. 4, pp. 133-137, 
April. 



-28- 



Conrad, Stephen G. 

(1) 1959 New occurrence of crystalline limestone in McDowell County, 

North Carolina (abs.): Geol. Soc. Am. Bull,, v. 70, no. 12, 
pt. 2, July - Dec. 

(2) i960 Crystalline limestones of the piedmont and mountain regions 

of North Carolina: N. C. Dept. of Cons, and Devel., Div. of 
Mineral Res. Bull. 74, 56 p., illus. 

Cooke, Charles Wythe 

(1) 1943 Elliptical bays (North and South Carolina): Jour, of Geology, 

v. 51 i no. 6, pp. 419-427, illus., Aug. - Sept. 

(2) 1945 Neptune's racetracks (Carolina Bays): Sci. Monthly, v. 60, 

no. 4» pp. 286-291, illus., Apr. 

(3) 1950 Carolina bays, traces of tidal eddies (abs.): Geol. Soc. Am. 

Bull., v. 6l, no. 12, pt. 2, p. 1452, Dec. 

Councill, Richard J. 

(1) 1954 The commercial granites of North Carolina: N. C. Dept. of 

Cons, and Devel., Div. of Mineral Res. Bull. no. 67, vii, 
59 P«, illus. 

(2) 1954 A preliminary geologic report on the commercial rocks of 

the volcanic-slate series, North Carolina: N. C. Dept. of Cons, 
and Devel., Div. of Mineral Res. Inf. Circ. 12, 30 p., illus. 

(3) 1955 An introduction to radioactive minerals in North Carolina: 

N. C. Dept. of Cons, and Devel., Div. of Mineral Res. Inf. 
Circ. 14, 20 p. 

(4) 1955 Petrography and economic aspects of the miscellaneous 

commercial rocks of North Carolina: N. C. Dept. of Cons, and 
Devel., Div. of Mineral Res. Inf. Circ. 13, 25 p., illus. 

Crickmay, Goeffrey William 

(1) 1936 Age of the Talladega series in Alabama, Georgia and North 

Carolina (abs.): Geol. Soc. Am. Proc. 1935, P« 72. 

(2) 1936 Status of the Talladega series in southern Appalachian 

stratigraphy: Geol. Soc. Am. Bull., v. 37, no. 9, pp. 1371-1392, 
3 figs. incl. geol. sketch map. 

(3) 1940 Geologic problems of western North Carolina (abs.): N. C. 

Acad. Sci. Proc. "in" Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. Jour., v. 56, 
no. 2, p. 226, Dec. 

(4) 194L Mineral resources of the southeastern states (abs.): N. C. 

Acad. Sci. Proc. "in" Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. Jour., v. 57, 
no. 2, p. 207, Dec. 



-29- 



Cushman, Joseph Augustine 

(1) 1918 Some Pliocene and Miocene Foraminifera of the Coastal 

Plain of the United States: U. S. Geol. Survey Bull. 676, 
100 p., illus. 

Cushman, Joseph Augustine and Can ill, Edgar D. 

(2) 1933 Miocene Foraminifera of the Coastal Plain of the eastern 

United States: U. S. Geol. Survey Prof. Paper 175, pp. 1-50, 
13 pis. 

(3) 1935 Upper Eocene Foraminifera of the southeastern United States: 

U. S. Geol. Survey Prof. Paper 181, 60 p., 26 pis. 

Dahners, L. A. and Mcintosh, Frank Kenyon 

1948 North Carolina mica spots, Mitchell, Macon, Gaston, and 
Yancey Counties: U. S. Bur. Mines Rpt. Inv. 4241, 16 p. 
illus. incl. index maps. 

Daly, Reginald Aldworth, Larsen, Esper Signius, Jr. and La Forge, Laurence 
1942 Composition of igneous rocks, stony meteorites and iron 

meteorites: Geol. Soc. Am. Spec. Papers 36, pp. 1-5 , Jan. 31 • 

Davidson, S. C. 

1927 The hiddenite occurrence in North Carolina: Am. Mineralogist, 
v. 12, no. 8, pp. 305-307. 

Davis, Frederick Augustus William and Johnson, Martin 

1936 Research work on North Carolina vermiculite, 1936: Tennessee 
Valley Auth., Div. Geology, Bull. 5, pp. 11-21. 

Diller, Joseph Silas 

(1) 1920 Recent studies of domestic chromite deposits: Am. Inst. 

Min. and Met. Eng. Bull. no. 153, pp. 1995-2040, 29 figs., 
September, 1919; Trans., v. 63, pp. 105-149, 26 figs. 

Diller, Joseph Silas, Fairchild, J. G. and Larsen, S. E. 

(2) 1920 High-grade talc for gas burners: Econ. Geology, v. 15, 

no. 8, pp. 665-673. 

Dooley, John, Johnson, W. Ray, Jr. and Straley, H. W., 3d. 

1955 Magnetic map of Durham, North Carolina, fault trough (abs.): 
Geol. Soc. Am. Bull., v. 66, no. 12, p. 1713, Dec. 

Drane, Brent S. 

(1) 1924 North Carolina's mineral resources and their development: 

The South f s Development, Manufactures Record, v. 86, 
no. 24, pt. 2, pp. 398-401. 

(2) 1925 Biennial report of the State Geologist and Director, 

1923-1924: North Carolina Geol. and Econ. Survey, 65 p. 

Drane, Brent S. and Stuckey, Jasper L. 

(3) 1925 The Mineral Industry in North Carolina from 1 918-1923 (inclusive): 

North Carolina Geol. and Econ. Survey Econ. Paper no. 55, 104 p. 



-30- 



Dunn, Joseph Avery 

1933 Andalusite in California and kyanite in North Carolina: 
Econ. Geology, v. 28, no. 7, pp. 692-695* 

Eaton, Harry Nelson 

1910 On the origin of flint-like slate near Chapel Hill, North 
Carolina: Science n. s., v. 32, p. 246. 

Eckel, Edwin Clarence 

1913 Portland cement materials and industry in the United States; 
with contributions by Ernest F. Burchard, A. F. Crider, 
G. B. Richardson, Eugene A. Smith, J. A. Taff, E. 0. Ulrich 
and W. H. Weed: U. S. Geol. Survey Bull. 522, 401 p., maps, 

Eckelmann, F. Donald and Kulp, John Laurence 

(1) 1953 Sedimentary origin and stratigraphic equivalence of the 

so-called Cranberry and Henderson granites in western North 
Carolina (abs.): Geol. Soc. Am. Bull., v. 64, no. 12, pt. 2, 
p. 1416, Dec. 1953; also pub. in Am. Mineralogist, v. 39, nos. 
3-4, p. 3241, Mar. -Apr. 1954. 

(2) 1956 The sedimentary origin and stratigraphic equivalence of the 

so-called Cranberry and Henderson granites in western North 
Carolina: Am. Jour. Sci., v. 254, no. 5, pp. 288-315, illus. 
incl. geol. sketch maps, May. 

Edwards, Richard Archer 

1944 Ostracoda from the Duplin marl (Upper Miocene) of North 
Carolina: Jour. Paleontology, v. 18, no. 6, pp. 505-528, 
illus., Nov. 

English, Everett 

1934 Beneath the soil: The State Mag., pp. 12-13, June 14, Raleigh, 
N. C. 

Espenshade, Gilbert Howry 

(1) 1947 Tungsten deposits of Vance County, North Carolina and 

Mecklenburg County, Virginia: U. S. Geol. Survey Bull. 
94S-A, pp. iii, 1-17, illus. index, geol. maps. 

(2) 1949 Occurrences of tungsten minerals in the southeastern states: 

Symposium on Mineral Resources of the Southeastern United 
States, 1949 Proc, 236 p., illus. incl., 1950. 



(3) 1950 Occurrences of tungsten minerals in the southeastern states, 

"in" Snyder, F. G. , ed., Symposium on mineral resources of 

the southeastern United States, pp. 56-66, illus. incl. geol. 
map. 

Espenshade, Gilbert Howry and Potter, D. B. 

(4) i960 Kyanite, sillimanite and andalusite deposits of the southeastern 

states: U. S. Geol. Survey Prof. Paper no. 336, 121 p. 

Fabianic, W. L. and Stolte, N. H. 

1933 Mineralogy of typical North Carolina clays and shales: Am. 
Ceramic Soc. Jour., v. 16, no. 1, pp. 6-11. 



-31- 



Feltner, C. E. 

194S Beach erosion in North Carolina: N. C. Eng. Expt. Sta. 
Bull. 37 t 39 p., alius, incl. index map, Jan. 

Ferenczi, Istvan 

i960 Structural control of the North Carolina Coastal Plain: 

Southeastern Geology, v. 1, no. 3, PP« 105-116, illus., 

Autumn 1959; erratum, no. 4, p. 155, 1959 (Apr. i960). 

Fessler, Albra Henry and McCaughy, William John 

1929 Kyanite as found in western North Carolina: Am. Ceramic Soc. 
Jour., v. 12, no. 1, pp. 32-36. 

Finch, Ruy Herbert 

19l6 The North Carolina earthquake of August 26, 1916: Mo. 
Weather Rv. , v. 44, p. 69O. 

Fisher, John Joseph 

i960 Geomorphic expression of former inlets in the outer banks 
of North Carolina (abs.): Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. Jour., 
v. 76, no. 2, pp. 187-188, Nov. 

Folks, Homer Clifton 

I960 Physical and mineralogical properties of Pleistocene (?) 
surficial deposits in the upper Coastal Plain of North 
Carolina: Southeastern Geology, v. 1, no. 4, PP« 147-153, 
tables, 1959 (Apr. i960). 

Foster, Margaret Dorothy 

(1) 1937 The chemical character of the ground waters of the south 

Atlantic Coastal Plain: Washington Acad. Sci. Jour., v. 27, 
no. 10, pp. 405-412, 2 figs. 

Foster, Margaret Dorothy and Bryant, Bruce Hazelton and Hathaway, John Cummings 

(2) i960 Iron-rich muscovite mica from the Grandfather Mountain area, 

North Carolina: Am. Mineralogist, v. 45, nos. 7-8, pp. 839-&51, 
incl. sketch map diagram, tables and ilius., July-Aug. 

Foushee, Eugene D. 

1954 A report of the flexible sandstone or itacolumite of Stokes 
County, North Carolina: Compass, v. 31, no. 2, pp. 78-80, 
illus., Jan. 

Fowler, Malcolm 

(1) i94I Iron mining in upper Cape Fear (Pt. l): The State Mag., 

pp. 8-9, 20, April 5, Raleigh, N. C. 

(2) 1941 Iron mining in upper Cape Fear (Pt. 2): The State Mag., 

pp. 8-9, April 19, Raleigh, N. C. 

(3) 1941 Iron mining in upper Cape Fear (Pt. 3): The State Mag., 

pp. 10-11, 28, April 26, Raleigh, N. C. 



-32- 



(3) 


1951 


(4) 


1953 


(5) 


1954 


(6) 


1955 



Frey, David Grover 

(1) 1949 Morphometry and hydrography of some natural lakes of the 

North . Carolina Coastal Plain; the bay lake as a morphometric 
type: ELisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. Jour., v. 65, no, 1, pp. 1-37 t 
illus., June. 

(2) 1950 Carolina bays in relation to the North Carolina coastal plain: 

ELisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. Jour., v. 66, no. 1, pp. 44—52, illus., 
June. 

Pollen succession in the sediments of Singletary Lake, North 
Carolina: Ecology, v. 32, no. 3, PP. 518-533, illus., July. 

Regional aspects of the late-glacial and post-glacial pollen 
succession of southeastern North Carolina: Ecol. Mon., v. 23, 
no. 3 t PP.- 289-313, illus., July. 

Evidence for the recent enlargement of the "bay" lakes of 
North Carolina: Ecology, v. 35, no. 1, pp. 78-88, illus., Jan. 

Stages in the ontogeny of the Carolina bays: Internat. Assoc. 
Theoretical and Applied Limnology Cong. (Great) Britian, Aug. 
1953, Proc, v. 12, pp. 660-668, illus., Stuttgart, Germany. 

(7) 1955 A time revision of the Pleistocene pollen chronology of south- 

eastern North Carolina: Ecology, v. 36, no. 4, pp. 762-763, Oct. 

Friedman, Gerald Mandred 

1952 Study of hoegbomite (N. Y.-Va.-N. C.): Am. Mineralogist, v. 37, 
nos. 7-8, pp. 6OO-6O8, illus., July-Aug. 

Frink, John Westlake 

(1) 1937 The Kings Mountain area of North and South Carolina: Compass, 

v. 17, no. 4, pp. 211-214. 

Frink, John Westlake and Murray, Grover Elmer, Jr. 

(2) 1937 Elliptical "bays" or "craters" of southeastern United States: 

Compass, v. 17, no. 4, pp. 227-233. 

Fry, William H. 

(1) 1910 Topography of Fayetteville, North Carolina: ELisha Mitchell 

Sci. Soc. Jour., v. 26, pp. 123-126. 

(2) 1911 Mineral of the Chapel Hill region (N. C.): ELisha Mitchell 

Sci. Soc. Jour., v. 27, pp. 133-135. 

(3) 1911 Some plutonic rocks of Chapel Hill (N. C.): ELisha Mitchell 

Sci. Soc. Jour., v. 27, pp. 124-132. 

Fuller, Glen Lor en 

1938 Soil conservation in Virginia and the Carolinas (abs.): Geol. 
Soc. Am. Bull., v. 49, no. 12, pt. 2, pp. 1967-1968. 



-33- 



Funderburg, John B. 

i960 Fossil manatee from North Carolina: Jour. Mammalogy, v. l+L, 
no. 4, P» 521, Nov. 

Furcron, A. S. 

1950 Kyanite and sillimanite in the southeastern states: Symposium 
dn mineral resources of the southeastern United States, 1949 
Proc, 236 p., illus. incl. 

Galloway, Harry 

1954 Iron hammermen: The State Mag., v. 22, no. 7, pp. 30-31» 34, 
Aug. 28, Raleigh, N. C. 

Gardner, Julia Anna 

(1) 1915 Relation of the late Tertiary faunas of the Yorktown and Duplin 

formations: Am. Jour. Sci. Ser. 4, v. 39» PP« 305-310, map. 

Gardner, Julia Anna, Clark, W. B., and Berry, E. W. 

(2) 1916 The age of the middle Atlantic Coast Upper Cretaceous deposits: 

Nat. Acad. Sci. Pro., v. 2, pp. 181-187. 

(3) 19l6 Correlation of the Upper Cretaceous formations: Md. Geol. Survey 

Upper Cret., pp. 315-341. 

Gardner, Julia Anna 

(4) 1917 The environment of the Tertiary marine faunas of the Atlantic 

Coastal Plain: Johns Hopkins Univ. Circ, N. S. 1917, no. 3, 
pp. 36-44 (234-242). 

(5) 1948 Pelecypoda, Pt. 1; Seaphoppda and Gastropoda of Mollusca from 

the Miocene and Lower Pliocene of Virginia and North Carolina, 
with a summary of the stratigraphy by Wendell Clay Mansfield 
(1874 - 1939): U. S. Geol. Survey Prof. Paper 199-A, iv, 178 p., 
illus. incl. index map, 1943 (Jan. 28, 1944); Paper 199-B, pp. 
iii, 179-310, illus., 1948. 

Geological Society of America, Southeastern Section 

1955 Coastal Plain field trip (Durham, N. C.), April 9, 1955 t (12) p. 
illus. incl. geol. sketch maps. 

Gislen, Tortsen 

1934 A reconstruction problem: Analysis of fossil comatulids from 
North America, with a survey of all known types of comatulid 
arm ramifications: Univ. Arssk. (Acta. Univ. Lundensis), neve 
Folge, Band 30, avd. 2 (K Fysiog. Sallsk. Lund Handl., neve 
Folge, Band 45), Nr. 11, 59 p., 63 figs., Lund. 

Glenn, Leonidas Chalmers 

1926 The geology of the proposed Great Smoky Mountains National 
Park: Tennessee Acad. Sci. Jour., v. 1, no. 2, pp. 13-15* 

Godbey, Allen H. 

194L The volanic eruption in North Carolina, December 1811 (abs.): 
N. C. Acad. Sci. Proc. "in" ELisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. Jour., 
v. 57, no. 2, pp. 198-199, Dec. 



-34 



Goedicke, T. R. 

(1) 1950 Some geological observations in Caldwell and Watauga Counties, 

western North Carolina (abs.): N. C. Acad. Sci. Pro. "in" ELisha 
Mitchell Sci. Soc. Jour., v. 66, no. 2, p. Il6, Dec. 

(2) 1951 A geophysical survey over a diabase dike near Chapel Hill (N. C.) 

(abs.): N. C. Acad. Sci. Proc, "in" ELisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. 
Jour., v. 67, no. 2, pp. 180-1 81, Dec. 

Goerch, Carl 

(1) 1940 The black boys: The State Mag., p. 1, Dec. 14, Raleigh, N. C. 

(2) 1945 Bald mountain mystery: The State Mag., pp. 8-9, Sept. 29, 

Raleigh, N. C. 

(3) 1945 Drilling for oil now in Progress: The State Mag., pp. 4~5» 24» 

April 28, Raleigh, N. C. 

(4) 1945 Getting out the shell -rock: The State Mag., pp. 1-3, May 5, 

Raleigh, N. C. 

(5) 1946 A saga of the coast: The State Mag., pp. 3-8» 26, April 20, 

Raleigh, N. C. 

(6) 1948 North Carolina once led in the mining of gold: The State Mag., 

p. 7, Nov. 13, Raleigh, N. C. 

Goldston, E. F., and Stuckey, Jasper Leonidas 

1930 The Jonesboro fault scarp west of Cary, N. C: ELisha Mitchell 
Sci. Soc. Jour., v. 46, no. 1, pp. 67-68. 

Goldsmith, Richard, and Hadley, Jarvis Bardwell 

1955 Pre-Ocoee erosion surface in the Great Smoky Mountains, North 
Carolina (abs.): Geol. Soc. Am. Bull., v. 66, no. 12, pt. 
2, pp. 1687-1688, Dec. 

Gordon, Samuel G. 

1922 Corundum Hill (Franklin), Macon County, North Carolina: Am. 
Mineralogist j v. 7» no. 11, pp. 189-190. 

Grannel, Dana B. 

i960 A geologic section across the Durham Triassic Basin, North 
Carolina (abs.): ELisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. Jour., v. 76, no. 
2, p. 187, Nov. 

Grant , Chapman 

(.1) 1945 "Whem the comet struck America" vs. "Neptune's racetracks" 
(Carolina bays, origin): Sci. Monthly, v. 6l, no. 3» P» 243 » 
Sept. 

(2) 1945 A biological explanation of the Carolina bays: Sci. Monthly, 

v. 6l, no. 6, pp. 443-450, iLlus., Dec. 

(3) 1948 Meteoritic origin of the "Carolina Bays" questioned: Pop. 

Astronomy, v. 56, no. 10, pp. 511-527, illus.,Dec. 



35- 



Greaves -Walker, Arthur Frederick, Stolte, N. H., and Fabianic, W. L. 

(1) 1922 The occurrence, properties and uses of the commercial clays 

and shales of North Carolina: N. C. State College Eng. Exper. 
Sta. Bull. 6, 74 p., 19 figs,, incl. sketch map. 

Greaves -Walker, Arthur Frederick and Riggs, S. G. , Jr. 

(2) 1937 The location and distribution of the ceramic mineral deposits 

of North Carolina: N. C. State College Eng. Exper. Sta. Bull. 
14, 60 p., 20 figs., maps showing distrib. of deposits. 

Greaves -Walker, Arthur Frederick and Stone, R. L. 

(3) • 193S The production of unfired and fired forsterite refractories 

from North Carolina dunites: N. C. State College Eng. Exper. 
Sta. Bull. 16, 123 p., 57 figs. 

Greaves -Walker, Arthur Frederick 

(4) 1939 The origin, mineralogy and distribution of the refractory 

clays of the United States: N. C. State College Eng. Exper. 
Sta. Bull. 19, 87 p., 3 figs., incl. paleogeog. map. 

(5) 1945 Investment opportunities in North Carolina minerals: N. C. 

State College Eng. Expt. Sta. Bull. 31, 29 p., Nov. 

Green, Fletcher Melvin 

1937 Gold mining, A forgotten industry of antebelum North Carolina: 

North Carolina Hist. Rev., v. 14, no. 1, pp. 1-19, January 1937, 
no. 2, pp. 135-155. 

Griffin, George M. and Ingram, Roy Lee 

(1) 1954 The adjustments of land-derived clays to the Neuse River 

estuary (N. C.) (abs.): N. C. Acad. Sci. Proc. "in" ELisha 
Mitchell Sci. Soc. Jour., v. 70, no. 2, p. 131, Dec. 

(2) 1955 Clay minerals of the Neuse River estuary (N. C.): Jour. Sed. 

Petrology, v. 25, no. 3, pp. 194-200, illus., Sept. 

Griffitts, Wallace Rush and Overstreet, William Courtney 

(1) 1952 Granitic rocks of the western Carolina Piedmont: Am. Jour. 

Sci., v. 250, no. 11, pp. 777-789, illus. incl. geol. sketch 
map, Nov. 

Griffitts, Wallace Rush, Jahns, Richard Henry and Lemke, Richard Walter 

(2) 1953 Mica deposits of the southeastern Piedmont - Pt. 3, Ridgeway- 

Sandy Ridge district, Virginia and North Carolina; Pt. 4, 
Outlying deposits in Virginia: U. S. Geol. Survey Prof. Paper 
248-C, pp. iv, 14L-202, illus. incl. geol. sketch maps. 

Griffitts, Wallace Rush and Olson, Jerry Chipman 

(3) 1953 Mica deposits of the southeastern Piedmont - Pt. 5, Shelby-Hickory 

district, North Carolina; Pt. 6, Outlying deposits in North 
Carolina: U. S. Geol. Survey Prof. Paper 248-D, v. 1, pp. 203-293, 
illus. incl. geol. sketch maps. 



36- 



Griffitts, Wallace Rash 

(4) 1954 Beryllium resources of the tin-spodumene belt, North Carolina: 
U. S. Geol. Survey Circ. 309, 12 p., illus. incl. geol. map. 

Grove, Clinton Sheely and Tucker, Rietz Courtney 

1933 A study of North Carolina clays in reclaiming motor oils 

(abs.): ELisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. Jour., v. 49, no. 1, pp. 24-25. 

Gruner, John Walter 

1954 The chemical formula of clarkeite: Am. Mineralogist, v. 39, 
nos. 9-10, pp. 836-838, Sept.- Oct. 

Gudger, E. W. 

1941 Early iron smelting: The State Mag., p. 35, Feb. 22, Raleigh, N. C, 

Gwinn, G. Richards 

1950 Dunite ring-dike at Webster, North Carolina (abs.): Geol. Soc. 
Am. Bull., v. 6l, no. 12, pt. 2, pp. 1567-1568, Dec. 

Hadley, Jarvis Bardwell 

(1) 1949 Preliminary report on corundum deposits in the Buck Creek 

peridoite, Clay County, North Carolina: U. S. Geol. Survey 
Bull. 948-E, pp. 103-128, illus. incl. index and geol. maps. 

(2) 1949 Geological mapping by the U. S. Geological Survey in the Great 

Smoky Mountains National Park (abs.): Geol. Soc. Am. Bull., v. 
60, no. 12, pt. 2, p. 1970. 

Hadley, Jarvis Bardwell and others 

(3) 1955 Outline of the geology of the Great Smoky Mountains area, 

Tennessee and North Carolina, "in" Russell, R. J., ed., Guides 
to southeastern geology, pp. 390-427, illus. incl. geol. map. 

Hafer, C. 

(1) 1941 Hidden (William) of North Carolina: Mineralogist, v. 9, no. 

8, pp. 291, 305-306, Aug. 

(2) 194L Gangue and other minerals from ore deposits of North Carolina: 

Mineralogist, v. 9, no. 7, pp. 265-267, July. 

(3) 1942 Molybdenite in North Carolina: Mineralogist, v. 10, no. 3, P» S3, 

Mar. 

Hall, George Martin 

(1) 1933 Flattened garnets in mica at Spruce Pine, N. C: Tennessee 

Acad. Sci. Jour., v. 8, no. 3, PP» 268-272, 2 figs. 

(2) 1934 Zoisite and other minerals included in mica from Spruce Pine, 

N. C: Am. Mineralogist, v. 19, no. 2, pp. 76-80, 8 figs. 

Hamilton, Warren Bell 

(l) 1954 Basement rocks of part of Tennessee-North Carolina Blue Ridge 

(abs.): Geol. Soc. Am. Bull., v. 65, no. 12, pt. 2, p. 136l, Dec. 



-37- 



Hamilton, Warren Bell 

(2) 1956 Tectonics of crystalline terrane of North Carolina (abs): 
Geol. Soc. Am. Bull., v. 67, no. 12, pt. 2, p. 1752, Dec. 

Haney, Marshall 

1928 The tin deposits of the Carolinas: Eng. and Min. Jour., v. 126, 
no. 26, pp. 1023-1024. 

Harder, Edmund Cecil 

1910 Manganese deposits of the United States with sections on 
foreign deposits, chemistry and uses: U. S. Geol. Survey 
Bull. 427, p. 298. 

Hardin, L. J. and Maclntire, Walter Hoge 

1948 The fosterite-olivine formations of North Carolina as a source 

of magnesium for fertilizers: Term. Acad. Sci. Jour., v. 23, no. 3, 
pp. 180-186, July. 

Harrington, John Wilbur 

(1) 1947 A perched Triassic trough in the west wall of the Durham 

Triassic basin (Orange County, N. C.) (abs.): N. C, Acad. Sci. 
Proc. "in" Elisha Mitchell Sci. Jour., v. 63, no. 2, pp. 102-103. 

(2) 1947 The origin and importance of the Raleigh (N. C.) graphite: Jour. 

Geol., v. 55 , no. 6, pp. 516-521, illus. 

(3) 1948 An estimate of post-Triassic erosion in Piedmont, North Carolina 

(abs.): N. C. Acad. Sci. Proc. "in" Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. Jour., 
v. 64, no. 2, p. 171. 

(4) 1949 Structural analysis of the west border of the Durham Triassic 

basin (N. C.) (abs.): Geol. Soc. Am. Bull., v. 60, no. 12, pt. 2, 
pp. 1893-1894. 

(5) 1951 Structural analysis of the west border of the Durham Triassic 

basin (N. C,): Geol. Soc. Am. Bull., v. 62, no. 2, pp. 149-157| 
illus. incl. geol. map, Feb. 

Hart, J. R. 

1954 The use of North Carolina talc in steatite bodies (abs.): 
Am. Ceramic Soc. Bull., v. 33 , no. 4, Program p. 27, Apr. 

Hask, Lewis J. and Van Horn, Earl C. 

1951 Sillimanite deposits in North Carolina: N. C. Dept. of Cons. 

and Devel., Div. of Mineral Res. Bull. 6l, 52 p., illus. incl. 
geol. sketch maps. 

Hawkins, Alfred Cary 

(1) 1942 Square gravel (N. C.): Rocks and Minerals, v. 17, no. 6, p. 209, 

illus., June. 

(2) 1951 Flexible sandstone: Mineralogist, v. 19, no. 1, p. 34, Jan. 



-38- 



Heinrick, Eberhardt William 

(1) 1945 Composite pegmatites of the Franklin-Sylva mica district, 

North Carolina: (abs.): Geol. Soc. Am. Bull,, v. 56, no. 12, 

pt. 2, p. 1166, Dec. 1945? Econ. Geology, v. 40, no. 8, p. 594, 

Dec. 1945; Am. Mineralogist, v. 31, nos. 3-4, p. 197, Mar. -Apr. 1946. 

(2) 1950 Accessory sulfides in North Carolina pegmatites: Am. Jour. Sci., 

v. 248, no. 2, pp. 112-123, illus., Feb. 

(3) 1950 Paragenesis of the rhodolite deposit, Masons Mountain, North 

Carolina: Am. Mineralogist, v. 35, nos. 9-10, pp. 764-771, 
illus., Sept. - Oct. 

(4) 1951 Petrology of the Franklin-Sylva pegmatite district, North Carolina 

(abs.): Geol. Soc. Am. Bull., v. 62, no. 12, pt. 2, pp. 1449-1450, 
Dec. 1951; Am. Mineralogist, v. 37, nos. 3-4, pp. 293-294, 
Mar. - Apr. 1952. 

Henbest, Lloyd George, Lohman, Kenneth ELmo and Mansfield, Wendell Clay 
1939 Foraminifera, diatoms and mollusks from test wells near 

Elizabeth City, N. C: U. S. Geol. Survey Prof. Paper I89-G, 
pp. ii, 217-227, 2 figs., index maps. 

Henderson, Edward Porter 

(1) 1931 Notes on some minerals from the rhodolite quarry near Franklin, 

N. C: Am. Mineralogist, v. l6, no. 12, pp. 563-568. 

Henderson, Edward Porter and Davis, Harry Towles 

(2) 1936 Moore County, N. C, meteorite, a new eucrite: Am. Mineralogist, 

v. 21, no. 4, PP. 215-229, 1 fig. 

Henderson, Edward Porter and Glass, Jewell Jeanette 

(3) 1936 Pyroxmangite, new locality; Identity of sobralite and pyroxmangite: 

Am. Mineralogist, v. 21, no. 5, pp. 273-294, 3 figs. 

Henderson, Edward Porter and Perry, Stuart Hoffman 

(4) 1953 The Mayodan meteorite, Rockingham County, North Carolina: Am. 

Mineralogist, v. 38, nos. 11-12, pp. 1025-1039, Ulus., Nov. -Dec. 

Henderson, John R. 

1936 Occurrences of hyalite in North Carolina: Rocks and Minerals, 
v. 11, no. 4, pp. 56-58. 

Heron, Stephen Duncan, Jr. 

(1) 1953 Submarine canyons -inhere are they located off the coast of 

North Carolina (?) (abs.): N. C. Acad. Sci. Proc. "in" Elisha 
Mitchell Sci. Soc. Jour., v. 69, no. 2, pp. 91-92, Dec. 

(2) 1957 X-Ray analyses of the clay minerals from selected outcrops of 

the Tuscalossa formation, North Carolina (abs.): Geol. Soc. 
Am. Bull., v. 68, no. 12, pt. 2, p. 1878, July-Dec, 



-39' 



Heron, Stephen Duncan, Jr. 

(3) 1958 Stratigraphy of the outcropping basal Cretaceous beds between 

the Cape Fear River, North Carolina, and Lynches River, South 
Carolina (abs.): Geol. Soc. Am. Bull,, v. 69, no. 12, pt. 2, 
p. 1582, July - Dec. 

(4) I960 Clay minerals of the outcropping basal Cretaceous beds between 

the Cape Fear River, North Carolina, and Lynches River, South 
Carolina, "in" Swineford, Ada, ed., Clays and Clay minerals: Natl. 
Conf. Clays and Clay Minerals, 7th Washington, D. C, Oct. 1958, 
Proc, pp t 148-l6l incl. geol. sketch map and diagram, i960, 
(issued as Internat. Earth Science Ser. Mon. 5 of Pergamon Press, 
New York). 

Hersey, John Brackett and others 

1955 Seismic observations in deep and shallow water southeast of 

North Carolina and South Carolina (abs.): jGeol. Soc. Am. Bull., 
v. 66, no. 12, pt. 2, p. 1573, Dec. I 

Hess, Frank L. 

(1) 1933 Pegmatites: Econ. Geology, v. 28, no. 5, PP» 447-462. 

(2) 1936 Lithium in North Carolina: Eng. and Min. Jour., v. 137 f no. 7, 

PP» 339-342, 3 figs., incl. index map. 

Hess, Frank L. and Stevens, Rolldn Elbert 

(3) 1937 A rare-alkali biotite from Kings Mountain, N. C: Am. Mineralogist, 

v. 22, no. 10, pp. 1040-1044, 1 fig., Oct. 1937; (abs.) no. 3 
p. 209. 

Hess, Frank L. 

(4) 1939 Lithium: U. S. Bureau Mines Inf. Cir. 7054, 14 p., 3 pis. 

(5) 1940 Spodumene pegmatites of North Carolina: Econ. Geology, v. 35, 

no. 8, pp. 942-966, jllus. incl. index maps, Dec. 

Hess, Harry Hammona and Henderson, Edward Porter 

1948 The Moore County (N. C.) meteorite; a further study with comment on 
its primoridal environment: Am. Mineralogist, v. 34, nos. 7-8, 
pp. 493-507, illus., July-4ug. 1949; (abs.) no. 3-4, p. 278, Mar. - 
Apr. 1949; Geol. Soc. Am. Bull., v. 59, no. 12, pt. 2, p. 1330, 
Dec. 

Hieklin, J. B. 

1938 Obtaining the first kaolin: The State Mag., pp. 1, 22, April 9, 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Hill, Jeff (George Franklin, Jr.) 

1945 Nags Head (N, C.) and fulgurite: Rocks and Minerals, v. 20, no. 11, 
pp. 523-525, iLlus., Nov. 

Hill, Weldon B. 

1945 North Carolina becomes focal point of oil search after 20-year 
interval: Oil Weekly, v. 119, no. 3, PP« 50-51, illus. index 
map, Sept. 17. 



•40- 



Hite, M. P. 

1924 Some observations of storm effects on ocean inlets (Atlantic 
coast, Maryland, North Carolina): Am, Jour. Sci., 5th Ser., 
v. 7, pp. 319-326, 4 figs. 

Hon jo, Goro, Kitamura, Norihisa, and Mihama, Kazuhiro 

1954 A study of clay minerals by means of single crystal electron 
diffraction diagrams-the structure of tubular kaolin (N. C. 

and 3hd.): Clay Minerals Bull., v. 2, no. 12, pp. 133-14L» illus., 
London, Dec. 

Hooks, W. Gary and Ingram, Roy Lee 

1955 The clay minerals and the iron oxide minerals of the Triassic 
"Red Beds" of the Durham basin (N. C.) (abs.): N. C. Acad. Sci. 
Proc. "in" Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. Jour., v. 69, no. 2, p. 89, 
Dec; also pub. in Am. Jour. Sci., v. 253f no. 1, pp. 19-25, 
illus., Jan. 1955* 

Hornbeck, Ross Wright 

1937 The mineral resources of North Carolina: Compass, v. 17 » no. 4» 
pp. 201-207, May. 

Huddle, John Warfield 

1940 Notes on the geologic section at the natural well near Magnolia, 

North Carolina (abs.): N. C. Acad. Sci. Proc. "in" Elisha Mitchell 
Sci. Soc. Jour., v. 56, no. 2, pp. 227-228, Dec. 

Hunter, Charles Eugene and Mattocks, Philip Ward 

(1) 1936 Geology and kaolin deposits of Spruce Pine and Linville Falls 

quadrangles, N. C: Tenn. Valley Auth., Div. Geology Bull. 4» 
pp. 10-23, 1 pi., index map. 

(2) 1936 Vermiculites of western North Carolina and north Georgia: Tenn. 

Valley Auth., Div. Geology Bull. 5 f PP» 1-10, 2 pis., incl. index 
map. 

(3) 1938 Nickel deposits at Webster and Democrat, N. C: Tenn. Valley 

Auth. Div. Geology Bull. 10, pp. 22-26, 2 pis., index and geol. 
sketch maps. 

Hunter, Charles Eugene 

(4) 1938 Chromite in western North Carolina and north Georgia: Tenn. 

Valley Auth. Div. Geology Bull. 10, pp. 18-20, 1 pi., index and geol, 
sketch map. 

(5) 1940 Residual alaskite kaolin deposits of North Carolina: Am. Ceramic 

Soc. Bull., v. 19, no. 3» PP« 98-103, illus. incl. geol. sketch map. 

(6) 1941 Forsterite olivine deposits of North Carolina and Georgia: N. C. 

Dept. of Cons, and Devel., Div. of Mineral Res. Bull. 41 1 117 p.» 
illus. incl. index maps, 1941; Ga. Geol. Survey Bull. 47 » 117 p M 
illus. incl. index geol. sketch maps, 1941 



■41- 



Hunter, Charles Eugene, Murdock, Thomas Glenn and MacCarthy, Gerald Raleigh 

(7) 1942 Chromite deposits of North Carolina: N. C. Dept.'of Cons, and 

Devel., Div. of Mineral Res. Bull. 42, vi, 39 p., illus. incl. 
index, geol. maps. 

Hunter, Charles Eugene and Gildersleeve, Benjamin 

(8) 1946 Mineral and structural materials of western North Carolina and 

north Georgia: Term. Valley Auth., Regional Products Research 
Div. Rept. C, iv, 94 p., illus., revised Feb. 1946. 

Hunter, Charles Eugene and White, William Alexander 

(9) 1946 Occurrences of sillimanite in North Carolina: N. C. Dept. of Cons. 

and Devel., Div. of Mineral Res. Inf. Cir. 4, 13 P<»» illus. incl. 
index map. 

Hunter, Charles Eugene and Hask, Lewis J. 

(10) 1949 Halloysite deposits of western North Carolina: N. C. Dept. of 

Cons, and Devel., Div. of Mineral Res. Bull. 58, 32 p., illus. 
incl. index map. 

Hunter, Charles Eugene 

(11) 1950 Vermiculite of the southeastern states: Symposium on mineral 

resources of the southeastern United States, 1949 Proc, 236 p., 
illus., 1950. 

(12) 1950 Vermiculite of the southeastern states, "in" Snyder, F. G. , ed., 

Symposium on mineral resources of the southeastern United States, 
pp. 120-127, illus. 

Hutchinson, George Evelyn 

1944 Carolina bays: Am. Sci., v. 32, no. 1, p. 80, Jan. 

Id en, Susan 

1936 North Carolina building stone: The State Mag., pp. 14-15, 24, 
Jan. 4, Raleigh, N. C. 

Ingram, Roy Lee 

(1) 1953 Clay minerals of the Tuscalossa formation near Fayetteville, N. C. 

(abs.): N. C. Acad. Sci. Proc. "in" ELisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. Jour., 
v. 69, no. 2, p. 92, Dec. 

Ingram, Roy Lee and Robinson, Maryanne 

(2) 1958 X-ray properties of the clay minerals in some Carolina bay 

sediments (abs.): Geol. Soc. Am. Bull., v. 69, no. 12, pt. 2, 
p. 1714, July-Dec. 

Ingram, William Marcus 

1939 A new fossil cowry from North Carolina: Nautilus, v. 52, no. 4, 
pp. 120-121, 3 figs. 

Irwin, William Harold 

1943 Physical tests and petrographic study of rock cores from the 
foundation of Hiwassee Dam (TVA), North Carolina: U. S. Bur. 
Reclamation, Petrog. Lab. Rpt. 49, 7 P», Ulus., Aug. 14. 



■42- 



Jaffe, Howard William and Sherwood, Alexander M. 

1950 Phosphate-alophane in an epidosite from North Carolina: Am, 

Mineralogist, v. 35,. nos. 1-2, pp. 102-107, illus., Jan. -Feb. 

Johnson, Bertrand Leroy and Stephenson, L. W. 

1912 Water resources of the Coastal Plain of North Carolina: N. C. 
Geol. Survey, v. 3, pp. 333-483 • 

Johnson, Bradley 

1936 Autunite in Mitchell County, N. C: Rocks and Minerals, v. 
11, no. 5, PP. 76-77. 

Johnson, Douglas Wilson 

(1) 19A1 New light on the origin of the Carolina "Bays" (abs.): Science, 

v. 93, no. 2420, p. 463, May 16. 

(2) 1941 Rotary currents and the Carolina bays: Jour. Geomorphology, 

v. 4, no. 4, pp. 307-321, Dec. 1941; conclusion, v. 5, no. 1, 
pp. 59-72, Feb. 1942. 

(3) 1942 The Origin of the Carolina bays: XI, 34L p., illus., New York, 

Columbia Univ. Press, 1942; discussion by J. L. Ferguson Am. 
Assoc. Petrol. Geol. Bull., v. 27, no. 5, pp. 654-656, Mag. 1943 1 
correction, No. 6, p. 874, June 1943; reply by author, no. 7, PP» 
1008-1009, July 1943; discussion by C. W. Cooke, Am. Jour. Sci., 
v. 241 f no. 9, PP. 583-589, Sept. 1943. 

(4) 1944 Mysterious craters of the Carolina coast; a study in methods of 

research: Sci. in Progress, 2d Ser., v. 2, pp. 78-106, illus. 
incl. index maps, New Haven, Yale Univ. Press (Dec. 1940); Am. 
Sci., v. 32, no. 1, pp. 1-22, illus., index maps, Jan. 

(5) 1944 Role of artesian waters in forming the Carolina bays: Science 

N. S., v. 86, no. 2229, pp. 255-258. 

Johnson, Neil 0. 

i960 Foote Mineral Company's lithium mining operations at Kings 

Mountain, N. C: Mines Mag., v. 50, no. 4, pp. 11-16, illus., 
Apr. 

Johnson, Robert William, Jr. and Bates, Robert Glenn 

i960 Aeromagnetic and aeroradioactivity survey of the Concord quadrangle, 
North Carolina: Art. 85 in U. S. Geol. Survey Paper 400-B, pp. B 192- 
B 195, incl. aeromagnetic -geol. and aeroradioactivity-geol. maps. 

Johnson, W. Ray, Jr. and Straley, Harrison Wilson, III 

(l) 1934 An attempt to locate the boundaries of the Durham (N. C.) Triassic 

basin with a magnetometer: Am. Geophys. Union Trans., l6th Ann. Mtg. 

Pt. 1, pp. 176-181, 5 figs., Nat. Research Council, August 1935; 

(abs.): ELisha Mitchell Sci. Soc, Jour., v. 50, no. 1-2, pp. 222-223, 

Dec. 1934. 



-43- 



Johnson, W. Ray, Jr. and MacCarthy, Gerald Raleigh and McCampbell, John Caldwell 
and Straley, Harrison Wilson, III 

(2) 1938 Tracing a basic dike near Chapel Hill, N. C, by geo electrical 

and geomagnetic methods: Am. Inst. Min. Met. Eng. Contr. 106, 
4 p., 3 pis. (maps), 1937; (abs.), Year Book, pp. 76-77. 

Johnson, W. Ray, Jr. 

(3) 193S Geomagnetic reconnaissance on the Coastal Plain of northeastern 

North Carolina (abs.): Geol. Soc. Am. Bull., v. 49, no. 12, Dec. 

Johnson, W. Ray, Jr. and Straley, H. W. 

(4) 19A1 Geophysical tracing of pegmatite dikes: Pan-Am. Geologist, v. 

75, no. 3, pp. 161-165, illus., Apr. 

Johnson, W. Ray, Jr., Straley, H. W., Ill and Straley, H. W., IV. 

(5) 1950 Depth to anomaly source for Carolina bays: Ga. Geol. Survey 

Bull. no. 60, pp. 125-130, illus., 1953; summary by H. W. Straley, 
III and W. F. Straley, Meteoritics, v. 1, no. 2, p. 207, table, 
1954. 

Johnson, W. Ray, Jr. and Straley, Harrison Wilson, III 

(6) 1938 Tracing pegmatite dikes geophysically (abs.): Geol. Soc. 

Am. Bull., v. 49, no. 12, pt. 2, p. 1951. 

(7) 1953 Geomagnetics of North Carolina Coastal Plain: Ga. Geol. Survey 

Bull. no. 60, pp. 132-135, illus. 

Jones, Jack 0. and Peyton, Alexander L. 

1950 Investigation of Furniss tungsten deposits, Cabarrus County, N. C: 
U. S. Bur. Mines Rpt. Inv. 4724, 14 p., illus., Sept. 

Jones, Waldo H. 

1949 Pegmatites of Spruce Pine district, North Carolina: Mineralogist, 
v. 17, no. 6, pp. 283-285, June. 

Jordan, Travis Nick 

1949 Discovery of precious stones: The State Mag., pp. 9, 18, May 14, 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Katz, Frank James 

1919 Garnet in North Carolina and the market for abrasive garnet: 
Eng. and Min. Jour., v. 107, pp. 903-906, 1 fig. 

Keith, Arthur and Sterrett, D. B. 

1931 Description of the Gaffney and Kings Mountain quadrangles: 

U. S. Geol. Survey Geol. Atlas 222, Gaffney-Kings Mountain folio, 
South Carolina-North Carolina, 13 p., 4 figs., 8 maps, illus. 
sheet. 



-44- 



Kellberg, John M. 

1947 Basic intrusives in the Chatuge Reservoir in North Carolina 

and Georgia (abs.):. Geol. Soc. Am. Bull., v. 58, no. 12, pt. 2, 
p. 1199* Dec. 

Kendall, Hugh Fessenden 

1953 Some copper-zinc bearing pyrrhotite ore bodies in Tennessee 
and North Carolina, "in" McGrain, P., ed, Proceedings of the 
southeastern mineral symposium 1950: Ky. Geol. Survey, Ser. 9, 
Special Pub. No. 1, pp. 112-123, illus. 

Kelser, Thomas Lingle and Olson, Jerry Chipman 

(1) 1942 Muscovite in the Spruce Pine district, North Carolina: U. S. 

Geol. Survey Bull. 936-A, iii, PP» 1-38, illus. incl. index 
maps. 

Kelser, Thomas Lingle 

(2) 1942 The tin-spodumene belt of the Carolinas, a preliminary report: 

U. S. Geol. Survey Bull. 936-J, pp. iv, 245-269, illus. incl. 
index, geol. maps, June. 

(3) 1944 Correlation of some metamorphic rocks in the central Carolina 

Piedmont: Geol. Soc. Am. Bull., v. 55, no. 6, pp. 755-782, illus. 
incl. index, geol. maps, June. 

(4) 1944 Genetic history of pegmatites and associated rocks of the 

Carolina tin belt, (abs.): Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., v. 51 » no. 
12, pt. 2, p. 1999 , Dec. 1, 1940 ; Washington Acad. Sci. Jour., 
v. 32, no. 9 T p. 278, Sept. 15, 1942. 

(5) 1955 The Kings Mountain area (N. C.-S. C.), "in" Russell, R. J., ed., 

Guides to southeastern geology, pp. 374-387, geol. sketch map. 

(6) 1958 Geology in the lithium industry (N. C«): Foote Prints, v. 28, no. 

1, pp. 11-15, illus. 

Kellog, Arthur Remington 

1936 A review of the Archaeoceti: Carnegie Inst. Washington Pub. 
482, XV, 366 p., 37 pis., B8 figs. incl. index maps. 

Kellum, Lewis Burnett 

(1) 1925 The age of the Trent marl in North Carolina: Jour. Geology, 

v. 33, no. 2, pp. 183-187. 

(2) 1926 Paleontology and stratigraphy of the Castle Hayne and Trent 

marls in North Carolina: U. S. Geol. Survey Prof. Paper 143, 
56 p., 1 fig., 11 pis. 

(3) 1931 Revision of the names of three fossils from the Castle Hayne 

and Trent marls in North Carolina: Washington Acad. Sci. Jour., 
v. 21, no. 4, pp. 51-52. 

Keppel, David 

1943 Mica-bearing pegmatites of North Carolina (abs.): Econ. Geology, 
v. 38, no. 1, p. 86. 



•45- 



Kimrey, Joel 0. 

(1) I960 Ground-water supply of Cape Hatteras National Seashore 

Recreational Area, Pt. 2 : North Carolina Dept. of Water 
Resources Rept. Inv. 2, 28 p., alius. 

(2) i960 Hydrology of a quarry-dewatering problem near New Bern, 

North Carolina (abs.): Geol. Soc. Am. Bull., v. 71 » no. 12, 
pt. 2, p. 2019, Dec. 

King, C. Henry 

1948 The Gerhardt pyrophyllite deposit (N. C.): Rocks and 

Minerals, v. 23, no. 9-10, pp. 800-301, alius., Sept. -Oct. 

King, Elizabeth Raymond and Ziete, Isidore 

i960 Thickness of sedimentary section in Appalachian basin (abs.): 
Am. Assoc. Petroleum Geologists Bull., v. 44» no. 7t PP« 
1251-1252, July. 

King, Philip Burke and Stupka, Arthur 

(1) 1950 The Great Smoky Mountains; their geology and natural history: 

Sci. Monthly, v. 71, no. 1, pp. 31-43 » illus., July. 

King, Philip Burke 

(2) 1950 Tectonic framework of the southeastern states: Symposium 

on mineral resources of the southeastern United States, 1949 
Proc, 236 p., illus. incl. 

King, Philip Burke and Stupka, Arthur 

(3) 1950 The Great Smoky Mountains, their geology and natural history: 

U. S. Geol. Survey Topog. Map, Great Smoky Mountains National 
Park and vicinity, Tennessee and North Carolina. Scale 1 inch to 
2 miles. 

King, Philip Burke, Hadley, Jarvis Bardwell and Newman, Robert Ballin 

(4) 1952 Carolina Geological Society Guidebook of excursion in the 

Great Smoky Mountains: November 1-2, 1952, 60 p., illus. incl. 
geol. maps. 

Kirstein, Dewey S., Jr. 

1955 Relations between the Carolina slates and the Chapel Hill 

stock, North Carolina (abs.): Geol. Soc. Am. Bull., v. 66, no. 12, 
pt. 2, p. 1690, Dec. 

Kjellesvig, Erik N. 

1933 Variations in the test of "nonion pizarrensis" Berry and 
"nonionella auris" (D'Orbigny) from the Miocene of North 
Carolina (abs.): ELisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. Jour., v. 49t no. 1, 
p. 24. 

Kline, Mitchell Heenry and Ballard, Thomas Janney 

1948 Cranberry magnetite deposits, Avery County, North Carolina and 

Carter County, Tennessee: U. S. Bur. Mines Rpt. Inv. 4274» ^5 P«» 
illus. incl. index and geol. map. 



-46- 



Rulp, John Laurence and Brobst, Donald Albert 

(1) 1954 Notes on the dunite and the geo-chemistry of vermiculite at the 

Day Book dunite deposit, Yancey County, North Carolina: Econ. 
Geology, v. 49 » no. 2, pp. 211-220, illus. incl. geol. sketch map, 
March -April. 

(2) 1956 Geologic map of the Bakersville-Plumtree area, Spruce Pine 

district, North Carolina: U. S. Geol. Survey Mineral Inv. 
Field Studies Map MF97, scale 1:24,000 (l in. to 2000 ft.), 
with sections and text. 

Kulp, John Laurence and Poldervaart, Arie 

(3) 1956 The metamorphic history of the Spruce Pine district (N. C.): 

Am. Jour. Sci., v. 254» no. 7» pp. 393-403, illus. incl. geol. 
sketch map, July. 

Kulp, John Laurence, Long, Leon E. and Eckelmann, F. Donald 

(4) 1957 Age of the Piedmont and southern Appalachians (abs.): Geol. 

Soc. Am. Bull., v. 68, no. 12, pt. 2, pp. 175S-1759, July-Dec. 

La Forge, Laurence and Phalen, W. C. 

1913 Description of the Ellijay quadrangle (Ga.-N.C.-Tenn.): U. S. 
Geol. Survey, Geol. Atlas, Ell i jay. 

Lahman, Stanley William 

(1) 1934 Investigation of ground water in the Elizabeth City area, 

N. C: Am. Water Works Assoc. Jour., v. 26, no. 2, pp. 201- 
216, 4 figs. 

(2) 1936 Geology and ground-water resources of the Elizabeth City 

area, N. C: U. S. Geol. Survey Water-supply Paper 773-A, 
pp. ii, 1-57 1 4 pis. incl. physiog. map, 5 figs. incl. index 
map. 

Laney, Francis Baker 

1911 The relation of bornite and chalcocite in the copper ores 
of the Virgilina district of North Carolina and Virginia: 
Econ. Geology, v. 6, pp. 399-411; U. S. Nat. Mus. paper 40, 
pp. 513-524; Econ. Paper 23, pp. 19-28; (abs.): N. C. Geol. 
Survey. 

Lawrence, R. C. 

1941 The Deep River coal fields: The State Mag., p. 5, May 24, 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Laurence, Robert A. 

(1) 1949 Geologic investigations and exploration in southeastern United 

States: Symposium on mineral resources of the southeastern 
United States, 1949 Proc, 236 p., illus. incl. 

(2) 1957 Uranium and thorium in the southeastern states (abs.): Geol. 

Soc. Am. Bull., v. 68, no. 12, pt. 2, p. 1881, July-Dec. 



-47. 



LeGrand, Harry E. 

(1) 1950 Ground water in the French Broad River basin, North Carolina, 

"in" Hydrologic data on the French Broad River basin, 1857-1945: 
N. C. Dept. of Cons, and Devel., Div. of Water Res, and Eng., 
pp. 160-177 » geol. map. 

(2) 1951 Solution depressions in diorite in North Carolina (abs.): 

Econ. Geology, v. 46, no. 7 T P« 801, Nov. 1951; Geol. Soc. 
Am. Bull., v. 62, no. 12, pt. 2, pp. 1458-1459, Dec. 

LeGrand, Harry E. and Mundorf, M. J. 

(3) 1951 Cabarrus geology: The State Mag., p. 12, Dec. 8, Raleigh, N. C. 

LeGrand, Harry E. 

(4) 1951 Streamlining of the Carolina bays (abs.): Geol. Soc. Am. Bull., 

v. 62, no. 12, pt. 2, p. 1459» Dec. 1951; Pop. Astronomy, 

v. 59, no. 10, p. 539, Dec. 1951; Meteorite, Soc. Contr., v. 5, 

no. 1, p. 98. 

(5) 1952 Ground water in the Roanoke and Tar River basins, North 

Carolina, "in" N. C. Div. of Water Res. and Eng., in 
cooperation with U. S. Geol. Survey and U. S. Weather 
Bur., Hydrologic data on the Roanoke and Tar River basins 
1871 -1 945 t PP» 99-132, illus. incl. geol. map. 

(6) 1952 Solution depressions in diorite in North Carolina: Am. Jour. 

Sci., v. 250, no. 8, pp. 566-585, illus. incl. geol. sketch 
map, Aug. 

LeGrand, Harry E. and Mundorf f, Maurice John 

(7) 1952 Geology and ground water in the Charlotte area (Cabarrus, 

Cleveland, Gaston, Lincoln, Mecklenburg, Polk and Rutherford 
counties), North Carolina: N. C. Dept. of Cons, and Devel., 
Div. of Mineral Res. Bull. no. 63, vi, 88 p., illus. incl. 
geol. map. 

LeGrand, Harry E. 

(8) 1953 Streamlining of the Carolina bays: Jour. Geology, v. 6l, 

no. 3, PP» 263-274, iLlus., May. 

(9) 1953 Chemical analysis of ground water as an aid to mapping 

the Tertiary limestone unit in North Carolina (abs.): 

N. C. Acad. Sci. Proc. "in" Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. Jour., 

v. 69, no. 2, p. 91, Dec. 

(10) 1954 Geology and ground water in the Statesville area, North 

Carolina: N. C. Dept. of Cons, and Devel., Div. of Mineral 
Res. Bull. no. 68, 68 p., illus. incl. geol. maps 

LeGrand, Harry E. and LeGrand, John R. 

(11) 1954 A dome of brackish ground water in the Coastal Plain of 

North Carolina (abs.): Geol. Soc. Am. Bull., v. 65, no. 12, 
pt. 2, p. 1363, Dec. 



-48- 



LeGrand, Harry E. and LeGrand, John R. 

(12) 1954 Chemical character of water in the igneous and metamorphic 

rocks of North Carolina (abs.): Geol. Soc. Am. Bull., v. 
65, no. 12, pt. 2, p. 1363, Dec. 

LeGrand, Harry E. and Broadhurst, Samuel Davis 

(13) 1955 Groundwater resources in the Charlotte area, North Carolina: 

11 p., illus. incl. geol. map, N. C. Dept. of Cons, and Devel., 
Div. of Mineral Res. Special Rept., prepared in cooperation 
with U. S. Geol. Survey. 

LeGrand, Harry E. and Brown, Philip Monroe 

(14) 1955 Carolina Geological Society Guidebook of excursion in the 

Coastal Plain of North Carolina: October 8-9, 1955, 43 P», 
illus. incl. geol. map. 

LeGrand, Harry E. 

(15) 1955 Brackish water and its structural implications in great 

Carolina ridge, North Carolina: Am. Assoc. Petroleum 
Geologist Bull., v. 39, no. 10, p. 2020-2037, illus. incl. 
geol. sketch map, Oct. 

(16) 1956 Ground-water resources in North Carolina: N. C. Dept. of 

Cons, and Devel., Div. of Mineral Res. Bull. no. 69, 20 p., 
illus. 

(17) 1957 Geologic and hydrologic history of the Tertiary limestone 

of North Carolina (abs.): Geol. Soc. Am. Bull., v. 68, no. 
12, pt. 2, p. 1761, July-Dec. 

(18) i960 Geology and ground-inrater resources of Wilmington-New Bern 

area: North Carolina Dept. of Water Resources Ground -Water 
Bull. 1, 80 p., illus. 

Lewis, Joseph Volney 

(1) 1920 Deposits of chrome ore in North Carolina: U. S. Geol. 

Survey, Bull. 725, pp. 101-139, 2 figs., 1 pi. (map), 
August 4, 1921; (abs.) by R. W. Stone, Washington Acad. 
Sci. Jour., v. 11, no. 20, pp. 494-495. 

(2) 1920 Chrome-ore deposits in North Carolina: Eng. and Min. 

Jour., v. 109, pp. 1112-1114, 3 figs. 

Loughlin, Gerald Francis, Berry, E. W. and Cushman, J. A. 

1921 Limestones and marls of North Carolina: North Carolina Geol. 
and Econ. Survey Bull. no. 28, 211 p., 3 figs., 17 pis. incl. 
maps. 

Lugeon, Maurice and Sigg, Henri 

1918 Sur quelques rockes eruptives de la Carolina du Nord: 
Soc. Vaudoise Sci. Nat. Bull. 52, pp. 99-112. 

McCaleb, Stanley B. and Lee, W. D. 

1956 Factors of soil formation and distribution of great soil 
groups, pt. 1, "of" Soils of North Carolina: Soil Science, 
v. 82, no. 5, PP» 419-431, illus. incl. geol. sketch map, Nov. 



-49- 



Mc Campbell, John Caldwell 

(1) 1945 Meteorites and the "Carolina Bays": Pop. Astronomy, v. 53, 

no. 8, pp. 388-392, illus. index map, Oct. 

Mc Campbell, John Caldwell and Vitz, Howard E. 

(2) 1937 The physiography and stratigraphy of the Coastal Plain region 

of North Carolina: Compass, v. 17, no. 4, pp. 223-227, 1 fig. 

McCampbell, John Caldwell 

(3) 1944 An evaluation of the artesian hypothesis of origin of the 

Carolina bays: N. C. Acad. Sci. Proc. "in" Elisha Mitchell 
Sci. Soc, Jour., v. 60, no. 2, pp. 183-185, Dec. 

(4) 1945 A geomagnetic survey of some Bladen County, North Carolina, 

"Carolina Bays": Jour. Geology, v. 53 1 no. 1, pp. 66-67, 
illus., Jan. 

(5) 1952 Sedimentary volumes of the Coastal Plain sediments of North 

Carolina: Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. Jour., v. 68, no. 2, 
pp. 236-237, illus., Dec. 

(6) 1952 Structural evidence for the presence of a warped peneplane 

under the North Carolina Coastal Plain (abs.): Geol. Soc. 
Am. Bull., v. 63, no. 12, pt. 2, p. 1277, Dec. 

MacCarthy, Gerald Raleigh 

(1) 1936 Magnetic anomalies and geologic structures of the Carolina 

Coastal Plain: Jour. Geology, v. 44, no. 3, PP. 39&-406, 
4 figs. incl. sketch map, April -May 1936; (abs.) Elisha 
Mitchell Sci. Soc. Jour., v. 52, no. 2, pp. 167-168. 

(2) 1936 The Carolina bays: Geol. Soc. Am. Bull., v. 48, no. 9, pp. 

1211-1225, 9 figs. incl. index map, September 1, 1937; (abs.) 
Proc. 1935, PP. 90-91, June. 

(3) 1936 Meteors and the Carolina bays (abs.): Elisha Mitchell Sci, 

Soc. Jour., v. 50, no. 1-2, p. 211. 

MacCarthy, Gerald Raleigh and Straley, Harrison Wilson, III 

(4) 193^ Magnetic anomalies near Wilmington, N. C: Science N. S., 

v. 85, no. 2206, pp. 362-364, April 9, 1937; (abs.) Geol. 
Soc. Am. Bull. v. 49, no. 12, pt. 2, pp. 1953-1954. 

MacCarthy, Gerald Raleigh 

(5) 1954 An annotated list of earthquakes felt in North Carolina 

(abs.): Am. Geophys. Union Trans., v. 35, no. 2, p. 3&7, 
April. 

(6) 1956 The southern Appalachian earthquake of September 28, 1955: 

Earthquake Notes, v. 27, no. 1, p. 1-2, illus., March. 

(7) 1956 A marked alignment of earthquake epicenters in western 

North Carolina and its tectonic implications: Elisha 
Mitchell Sci. Soc. Jour., v. 72, no. 2, pp. 274-276, illus., 
Nov. 



-50- 



MacCarthy, Gerald Raleigh 

(8) 1957 An annotated list of North Carolina Earthquakes: ELisha 

Mitchell Sci. Soc. Jour., v. 73» no. 1, pp. 84-100, May. 

MacCarthy, Gerald Raleigh and Sinha, Evelyn Z. 

(9) 1958 North Carolina Earthquakes, 1957: Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. 

Jour., v. 74, no. 2, pp. 117-121, Nov. 

McCracken, Ralph J., Weed, S. B. and Nelson, L. A. 

I960 A survey of clay minerals in North Carolina soil profiles 

(abs.): Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. Jour., v. 76, no. 2, p. 187, 
Nov. 

McGlothlin, Tom Chairman and others 

1951 Southeastern United States "in" Ball, M. W., ed., Possible 
future petroleum provinces of North America: Am. Assoc. 
Petroleum Geologist Bull., v. 35» no. 2, pp. 399-420, illus. 
incl. geol. map, Feb. 

Mcintosh, Frank Kenyon 

1948 Investigation of the Hamme tungsten district, Vance County, 
North Carolina and Mecklenburg County, Virginia: U. S. Bur. 
Mines Rpt. Inv. 4380, 6 p., illus. incl. index, geol. maps, 
Nov. 

Mcintosh, Franklin G. 

1934 The gems of North Carolina: Mineralogy Soc. of Southern 
California Bull., v. 3» no. 9» PP» 45-46. 

McKelvey, Vincent Ellis and Balsley, James Robinson, Jr. 

1947 Distribution of coastal black-sands in North Carolina, South 
Carolina and Georgia, as mapped from an airplane: Econ. 
Geology, v. 43 , no. 6, pp. 518-524, illus., Sept. -Oct. 1948; 
(abs.) Washington Acad. Sci. Jour., v. 37 f no. 10, p. 370, 
Oct. 15, 1947. 

McLean, James Douglas, Jr. 

(1) 1947 Oligocene and lower Miocene microfossils from Onslow County, 

North Carolina: Acad. Nat. Sci., Philadelphia Natulae Natural, 
no. 200, 9 P., Dec. 12. 

(2) 1949 A summary of the foraminiferal guide fossils for the 

Atlantic coastal plains region between New Jersey and Georgia: 
3 sheets, published by the author, Alexandria, Virginia. 

(3) 1951 Paleocene foraminifera from the Atlantic Coastal Plain: Cushman 

Found. Foram. Research Contr., v. 2, pt. 1, pp. 20-29» illus., 
March. 

McNeil, Francis Stearns 

(1) 1936 A new Crassatellid from the Waccamaw formation of North and 

South Carolina and the Caloosahatchee marl of Florida: 
Washington Acad. Sci. Jour., v. 26, no. 12, pp. 528-530, 3 figs. 

(2) 1937 Species and genera of Tertiary Noetinae: U. S. Geol. Survey 

Prof. Paper I89-A, ii, 49 p. f 6 pis., 2 figs., 1938; (abs.) 
Geol. Soc. Am. Proc. 1936, p. 364* 



■51- 



Mankin, Charles John and Cassidy, M. M. 

i960 Chlorite, vermiculite and talc from Webster, North Carolina: 

Oklahoma Geology Notes, v. 20, no, 10, pp. 261-266, illus., Oct. 

Mann, Virgil I. 

1958 Gravity studies in North Carolina (abs.): Geol. Soc . Am. Bull., 
v. 69, no. 12, pt. 2, p. 1716, July-Dec. 

Mansfield, Wendell Clay 

(1) 1927 Oil -prospecting well near Havelock, North Carolina: North 

Carolina Dept. of Cons, and Devel. Econ. Paper no. 58, 19 P- 

(2) 1928 Notes of the Pleistocene faunas from Maryland and Virginia 

and Pliocene and Pleistocene faunas from North Carolina: 

U. S. Geol. Survey Prof. Paper 150, pp. 129-140, 1 fig., 2 pis. 

(3) 1928 New fossil mollusks from the Miocene of Virginia and North 

Carolina, with a brief outline of the divisions of the 
Chesapeake group: U. S. Nat. Mus. Proc, v. 74, Art. 14, 11 p., 
5 pis. 

(4) 1929 Some deep wells near the Atlantic coast in Virginia and the 

Carolinas (abs.): Washington Acad. Sci. Jour., v. 19, no. 13, 
p. 287, July 19. 

(5) 1936 Additional notes on the molluscan fauna of the Pliocene Croatan 

sand of North Carolina: Jour. Paleontology, v. 10, no. 7, pp. 
665-668. 

(6) 1937 Some deep wells near the Atlantic coast in Virginia and the 

Carolinas: U. S. Geol. Survey Prof. Paper 186-1, pp. ii, 
159-l6l, 2 figs., incl. index map. 

(7) 1937 A new subspecies of "Pecten" from the upper Miocene of North 

Carolina: Washington Acad. Sci. Jour., v. 27, no. 1, pp. 10-12, 
3 figs. 

(8) 1943 Stratigraphy of the Miocene of Virginia and the Miocene and 

Pliocene of North Carolina, "in" Mollusca from the Miocene 
and lower Pliocene of Virginia and North Carolina, by Julia 
Gardner: U. S. Geol. Survey Prof. Paper 199-A, pp. 1-19, 
illus. incl. index map. 

Marble, John Putnam 

1937 Possible age of monazite from Mars Hill, N. C: Am. Mineralogist, 
v. 21, no. 7, pp. 456-457, 1 fig., July 1936; (abs.) Washington 
Acad. Sci. Jour., v. 27, no. 5, p. 221, May 15, 1937. 

Mattson, Vernon Linnaeous 

1938 Disseminated kyanite milled successfully by Celo Mines (N. C): 
Eng. and Min. Jour., v. 138, no. 9, pp. 45-46, 94, 2 figs., 
September 1937, (abs.);Am. Ceramic Soc. (abs.), v. 17, no. 1, 
p. 36. 



-52- 



Maurice, Charles Stewart 

1948 The pegmatites of the Spruce Pine district, North Carolina: 
Econ. Geology, v. 35, no. 1, p. 49-78, illus. incl. geol. 
sketch maps, Jan. -Feb. 1940; no. 2, pp. 158-187, illus., 
Mar. -April, 1940. 

Melton, Frank Armon and Schriever, William 

(1) 1933 The Carolina "bays "-are they meteorite scars?: Jour. Geology, 

v. Alt no. 1, pp. 52-66, 7 figs., January-February 1933; 
(abs.) Geol. Soc. America Bull., v. 44, pt. 1, p. 94, 
February 28, 1933; Sci. Am., v. 149, no. 3, pp. 106-107, illus., 
September 1933; no. 4, pp. 158-159, 188-189, illus., October 
1933; Tulsa Geol. Soc. Digest, p. 12, 1933. 

Melton, Frank Armon 

(2) 1938 Geological theories on the origin of the Carolina "bays" 

(abs.): Geol. Soc. Am. Proc. 1937, p. 312. 

(3) 1938 Possible late Cretaceous origin of the Carolina "bays" (abs,): 

Geol. Soc. Am. Bull., v. 49, no. 12, pt. 2, p. 1954. 

(4) 1950 The Carolina "bays": Jour. Geology, v. 58, no. 2, pp. 128-134, 

illus., March. 

Menzies, Robert and Smith, Edmunds, Jr. 

1934 Gold mining soon to be resumed: The State Mag., pp. 2, 20, 
June 23, Raleigh, N. C. 

Merrill, George Perkins 

1923 A new meteoric iron (McDowell County, North Carolina): Am. 
Jour. Sci., 5th Ser., v. 5, p. 519. 

Mertic, John B., Jr. 

1957 Geologic occurrence of monazite and xenotime in the 

southeastern states (abs.): Geol. Soc. Am. Bull., v. 68, 
no. 12, pt. 2, pp. 1766-1767, July-Dec. 

Meyer, Robert P. 

1955 Seismic studies of off-shore geologic structure between 
Charleston, South Carolina and Cape Fear, North Carolina 
(abs.): Geol. Soc. Am. Bull., v. 66, no. 12, pt. 2, p. 1597, 
Dec. 

Miller, Benjamin LeRoy 

(1) 1910 Erosion intervals in the Tertiary of North Carolina and 

Virginia: Geol. Soc. Am. Bull., v. 20; (abs.) Science N. S., 
v. 29, 634 P., 1909. 

Miller, Benjamin LeRoy, Clark, W. B. and Stephenson, L. W. 

(2) 1912 The stratigraphy of the Coastal Plain of North Carolina: 

N. C. Geol. Survey, v. 3, pp. 33-44. 

(3) 1912 The coastal plain deposits of North Carolina; Part I, The 

physiography and geology of the Coastal Plain of North Carolina; 
Part II, The water resources of the Coastal Plain of North 
Carolina: N. C. Econ. and Geol. Survey, v. 3, 552 p. s incl. 
geol. map. 

-53- 



Miller, D. N., Jr. 

1953 Ecological study of the foraminifera of Mason Inlet, North 

Carolina: Cushman Found, Foram. Research Contr., v. 4» pt. 2, 
pp. Al-63 » illus., Apr. 

Miller, Roswell, III 

1953 The Webster-Addie ultramafic ring, Jackson County, North 
Carolina and secondary alteration of its chromite: Am. 
Mineralogist, v. 38, nos. 11-12, pp. 1134-1147 » illus., 
Nov. -Dec. 

Miller, Willet Green 

1914 The Precambrian rocks north of Lake Huron (prefactory note): 
Ont. Bur. Mines Ann. Rpt. 23, pt. 1, pp. 202-203. 

Mining World 

(1) 1953 Tungsten Mining Corporation's expanded mill: p. 42, Nov. 

(2) 1953 Hamme mine doubles productive capacity: p. 47 1 Sept. 

(3) 1956 How Lithium Corporation converts spodumene to lithium 

chemicals: p. 57 » Feb. 

(4) 1956 Lithium Corporation opens two new mines: p. 40, Jan. 

(5) 1957 Copper mining in Carolinas as Appalachian reopens Ore Knob 

mine: p. 44» Jan. 

(6) 1959 DMEA project blossoms into best U. S. Mine: p. 30, Dec. 

Miser, Hugh D. 

1950 Manganese deposits of the southeastern states: Symposium on 
mineral resources of the southeastern United States, 1949 
Proc, 236 p., illus. incl. 

Misra, M. L. 

1950 A detailed study of certain Indian and American clays: 

Indian Ceramic Soc. Trans., v. 9» no. 2, pp. 97-1 91t illus., 
Benares, Oct. 

Moneymaker, Berlen Clifford 

(1) 1934 Stratigraphy and structural geology of the Hiwassee River 

basin in vicinity of Coleman dam site: Tenn. Valley Auth., 
Gen. Eng. and Geol. Div. Bull. 2, 29 p., 8 figs., incl. geol. 
map, 1 pi. 

(2) 1938 Character of the Great Smoky formation in the Hiwassee River 

basin of Tennessee and North Carolina: Tenn. Acad. Sci. Jour., 
v. 13, no. 4, pp. 283-295, 4 figs. incl. geol. sketch map, 
October 1938; (abs.) Geol. Soc. Am. Bull., v. 49 t no. 12, pt. 
2, pp. 1892-1893. 

(3) 1938 Talc deposits of North Carolina: Econ. Geology, v. 33, no. 4, 

pp. 461-463. 

(4) 19A1 Depth of rock decay in the southern Appalachians (abs.): Geol. 

Soc. Am. Bull., v. 52, no. 12, pt. 2, p. 1923-1924, Dec. 1. 



-54- 



(6) 


19hU 


(7) 


1946 


(8) 


1947 


(9) 


1948 


(10) 


1948 



Moneymaker, Berlen Clifford 

(5) 1944 Building stones of western North Carolina: Term. Acad. 

Sci. Jour., v. 19, no. 4, P» 280-294* illus. incl. index map. 

Geology of the Fontana (Dam) site (N. C»): Term. Valley 
Eng., v. 5, no. 3, p. 7. 

Geology of the Hiwassee project: TVA Tech. Rpt. no. 5, v. 1, 
pp. 19-24. 

Geologic condition at Fontana dam (N. C.) (abs.): Geol. 
Soc. Am. Bull., v. 58, no. 12, pt. 2, p. 1209-1210. 

Geology of the Appalachia Project: TVA Tech. Rpt. no. 5, 
v. 2, pp. 36-38. 

Geology of the Chatuge Project: TVA Tech. Rpt. no. 5, v. 2, 
PP. 57-59, 474-475. 

Moneymaker, Berlen Clifford and Leonard, George K. 

(11) 1949 Geology and foundation treatment: TVA Project, TVA Tech. 

Rpt. 22, pp. A10-429, 429-449, 449-467, 480-491. 

(12) 1949 Tennessee Valley Authority, Geology and foundation treatment, 

Tennessee Valley Authority projects: Term. Valley Auth. Tech. 
Rpt. 22, 548 p., illus. 

Moneymaker, Berlen Clifford 

(13) 1950 Geology of the Fontana project: TVA Tech. Rpt. no. 12, pp. 31-36. 

(14) 1955 Depth of rock decay in the Asheville basin: Geol. Soc. of Am., Bull. 

v. 66, no. 12, pt. 2, p. 1693, Dec. 

Mundorff, Maurice John 

(1) 1944 Selected well logs in the Coastal Plain of North Carolina: 

N. C. Dept. of Cons, and Devel., Div. of Mineral Res. Inf. 
Circ. 3, 40 p., illus., index map. 

(2) 1945 Progress report on ground water in North Carolina: N. C. 

Dept. of Cons, and Devel., Div. of Mineral Res. Bull. 47, 
78 p., illus. incl. index maps. 

(3) 1945 Groundwater problems in North Carolina: Am. Water Works 

Assoc. Jour., v. 37, no. 2, pp. 155-160, illus., index map, 
Feb. 

(4) 1946 Ground water in the Halifax area, North Carolina: N. C, 

Dept. of Cons, and Devel., Div. of Mineral Res. Bull. 51, 
76 p., illus. incl. index and geol. maps. 



-55- 



Mundorff , Maurice John 

(5) 1947 Ground water in the Cape Fear River basin, North Carolina, 

"in" Hydrologic data on the Cape Fear River basin 1820-1945: 
N. C. Dept. of Cons, and Devel., Div. of Water Resources, pp. 
126-164, illus. incl. index and geol. maps, 

(6) 1947 Occurrence of brackish water in the Coastal Plain of North 

Carolina (abs.): N. C. Acad. Sci. Proc. "in" KLisha Mitchell 
Sci. Soc. Jour., v. 63, no. 2, p. 103, Dec. 

(7) 1947 Ground water in the Neuse River basin, North Carolina, "in" 

Hydrologic data on the Neuse River basin 1866-1945: N. C. 

Dept. of Cons. and-Devel., Div. of Water Res. and Eng., p. 88-115, 

illus. incl. index, geol. maps. 

(8) 1947 A possible new source of ground-water supply in the Elizabeth 

City area, North Carolina: N. C. Dept. of Cons, and Devel., 
Div. of Mineral Res. Inf. Cir. 6, 16 p., illus. incl. index 
map, Oct. 

(9) 194S Geology and ground water in the Greensboro area, North Carolina: 

N. C. Dept. of Cons, and Devel., Div. of Mineral Res. Bull. 55, 
viii, 108 p., illus. incl. index and geol. maps. 

(10) 194S Ground water in the Yadkin-Pee Dee River basin, North Carolina 

"in" Hydrologic data on the Yadkin-Pee Dee River basin, 1866-1945: 
N. C. Dept. of Cons, and Devel., Div. of Water Res. and Eng., 
pp. 140-172, illus. incl. geol. maps. 

Mundorff, Maurice John and LeGrand, Harry E. 

(11) 1949 Ground water in the Catawba and Broad River basins, North 

Carolina, "in" Hydrologic data on the Catawba and Broad River 
basins, 1872-1945: N. C. Dept. of Cons, and Devel., Div. of 
Water Res. and Eng., pp. 103-129, illus. incl. geol. map. 

Mundorff, Maurice John 

(12) 1950 Flood-plain deposits of North Carolina Piedmont and mountain 

streams as a possible source of ground-water supply, preliminary 
report: N. C. Dept. of Cons, and Devel., Div. of Mineral Res. 
Bull. 59, 20 p., illus. 

Munds, William Harold, Ewaldt, Harold Boaden and Cohen, Charles Jonas 

1944 A tungsten find in North Carolina: Eng. Min. Jour., v. 45, 
no. 8, pp. 80-81, illus. incl. index map, Aug. 

Murdock, Thomas Glenn 

(1) 1940 Minerals for national defense: N. C. Dept. of Cons, and Devel., 

Div. of Mineral Res. Inf. Circ. 1, 11 p. 

(2) 1941 Manganese in North Carolina (abs.): N. C. Acad. Sci. Proc. 

"in" Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. Jour., v. 57, no. 2, pp. 206- 
207. 



-56- 



Murdock, Thomas Glenn 

(3) 1942 Production of mica in North Carolina: N. C. Dept. of Cons. 

and Devel., Div. of Mineral Res. Inf. Circ. 2, 11 p. 

(4) 1946 The origin of North Carolina vermiculite (abs.): N. C. Acad. 

Sci. Proc. "in" Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. Jour., v. 62, no. 2, 
p. 139. 

(5) 1946 Mineral raw materials for roofing manufacture: N. C« Dept. of 

Cons, and Devel., Div. of Mineral Res. Res. -Industry ser. no. 
2, 26 p., illus. incl. index maps. 

Murdock, Thomas Glenn and Hunter, Charles Eugene 

(6) 1946 The vermiculite deposits of North Carolina: N. C. Dept. of 

Cons, and Devel., Div. of Mineral Res. Bull. 50, 44 p.» illus. 
incl. index and geol. sketch maps. 

Murdock, Thomas Glenn 

(7) 1947 States limitless store of non-metallic minerals: E. S. C. Quart. 

(pub. by Employment Security Commission of N. C.), v. 5t no. 1, 
pp. 16-22, map. 

(8) 1947 The Geology and mineral resources of Guilford County (N. C): 

N. C. Dept. of Cons, and Devel., Div. of Mineral Res. Inf. Circ. 
5, 22 p., illus. and geol. map. 

(9) 1950 The mining industry in North Carolina from 1937 to 1945: N. C. 

Dept. of Cons, and Devel., Div. of Mineral Res. Econ. Paper 
no. 65, 57 p. 

Murray, Hayden Herbert and Sayyab, Abdullah S. 

1955 Clay mineral studies of some recent marine sediments off the 

North Carolina Coast "in" Milligan, W. 0., ed., Clays and Clay 

minerals: Natl. Research Council Pub. 395» pp. 430-441* illus. 

Murray, Grover Elmer, Jr. 

(l) 1937 Durham Triassic basin (N. C.): Compass, v. 17 » no. 4» pp. 214-223, 
6 figs. incl. index and geol. maps. 

Columnar section of North Carolina formation (s): Compass, 
v. 17, no. 4i pp. 197-200. 

The Spruce Pine mineral area, North Carolina: Compass, v. 17 » 
no. 2, pp. 95-98. 

New fossil localities in the Durham Triassic basin (N. C.): 
Science n. s., v. 87, no. 226l, p. 390. 

Nelson, Wilbur Armistead 

1954 Geological section along Roanoke River from Clarksville, Virginia 
to Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina (abs.): Va. Jour. Sci., v. 5» 
no. 4, pp. 297-298, Sept. 



(2) 


1937 


(3) 


1937 


(4) 


1938 



-57- 



Newberry, Andrew White and others 

194S Investigation of the Virgilina copper district, Virginia and 

North Carolina: U. S. Bur. Mines Rpt. Inv. 4384, 12 p., illus. 
incl. index map. 

Newman, Robert Ball in 

(1) 1941 Limonite pseudomorphs after pyrite in the Chapel Hill area 

(abs.): N. C. Acad. Sci. Proc. "in" ELisha Mitchell Sci. Sco. 
Jour., v. 57, no. 2, pp. 207-208, Dec. 

(2) i960 Sedimentation in the Ocoee series, Great Smoky Mountains 

(abs.): Washington Acad. Sci. Jour., v. 50, no. 7, P« 2, Nov. 

Norburn, Martha Elizabeth 

(1) 1932 The influence of the physiographic features of North Carolina 

on the settlement and development of the region (abs.): ELisha 
Mitchell Sci. Soc. Jour., v. 47, no. 1. 

(2) 1932 The problem of stream piracy in western North Carolina (abs.): 

ELisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. Jour., v. 48, no. 1, pp. 23-24. 

North Carolina Department of Conservation and Development, Mineral Resources and 
Engineering Divisions 

(1) 1937 Geologic Map of North Carolina, scale about 1 inch to 16 mi. 

(2) 1944 Economic opportunities for producing semi-porcelain dinnerware 

in North Carolina: N. C. Dept. of Cons, and Devel., Bull. 44, 
31 p., illus., index maps. 

North Carolina Department of Conservation and Development, Division of Water 
Resources, Inlets and Coastal Waterways 

(3) 1955 Water resources of North Carolina^ v. 1, 185 P», tables, Raleigh. 

Nyun, M. A. and Caleb, Stanley B. 

1955 The reddish-brown lateritic soils of the North Carolina Piedmont 
region - Davidson and Hiwassee series: Soil Science, v. 80, no. 1, 
pp. 27-41, illus., July. 

Oder, Charles R. L. and Hook, John W. 

1950 Zinc Deposits of the southeastern states: Symposium on mineral 

resources of the southeastern United States, 1949 Proc, 236 p., 
illus. 

Olson, Jerry Chipman, Parker, John Mason, III and Page, James Jeffers 

(1) 1944 Mica distribution in western North Carolina pegmatites (abs.): 

Econ. Geology, v. 39, no. 1, p. 101. 

(2) 1944 Economic geology of the Spruce Pine pegmatite district, North 

Carolina: N, C, Dept. of Cons, and Devel., Div. of Mineral Res. 
Bull. 43, pt. 1, 57 p., iLlus. incl. index and geol. maps; pt. 2, 
separate envelope of index, geol. maps. 

Olson, Jerry Chipman, and others 

(3) 1946 Mica deposits of the Franklin-Sylva district North Carolina: 

N. C. Dept. of Cons, and Devel., Div. of Mineral Res. Bull. 49, 
vii, 56 p., illus. incl. index and geol. sketch maps. 

-58- 



Olson, Jerry Chipman 

(4) 1952 Pegmatites of the Cashiers and Zirconia district, North 

Carolina: N. C. Dept. of Cons, and Devel., Div. of Mineral Res. 

Bull. no. 64, iv., 32 p., illus. 

01s son, Axel 

(1) 1914 New and interesting Neocene fossils from the Atlantic 

Coastal Plain: Bull. Am. Pal., no. 24, 24 p., illus. 

(2) 1916 New Miocene fossils (North Carolina and Virginia): Bull. 

Am. Pal., no. 27, 32 p. 

Oriel, Steven S. 

(1) 1950 Geology and mineral resources of the Hot Springs window, 

Madison County, North Carolina: N. C. Dept. of Cons, and Devel., 
Div. of Mineral Res. Bull. 60, 70 p., illus. incl. geol. map. 

(2) 1951 Structure of the Hot Springs window, Madison County, North 

Carolina: Am. Jour. Sci., v. 249, no. 1, pp. 1-30, illus. incl. 
geol. map, Jan. 

Origin of cyanite 

1935 Econ. Geology, v. 30, no. 4, PP» 444-450. 

Osbon, Clarence C. 

1920 Peat in the Dismal Swamp, Virginia and North Carolina: U. S. 
Geol. Survey Bull. 711, pp. 41-59, 3 pis. incl. map, October 
29, 1919; (abs.) Washington Acad. Sci. Jour., v. 10, no. 20, p. 574» 

Overstreet, William Courtney and Griffitts, Wallace Rusk 

(1) 1955 Inner piedmont belt (N. C.-S. C.) "in" Russell, R. J., ed., 

Guides to southeastern geology, pp. 549-577, illus . incl. geol. 
sketch map. 

Overstreet, William Courtney 

(2) i960 Metamorphic grade and the abundance of Th02 in monazite: Art. 27 

in U. S. Geol. Survey Prof. Paper 400-B, pp. B55-B57, incl. table. 

Overstreet, William Courtney, Theobald, Paul Kellog, Jr. and Whitlow, Jessee 
William 

(3) i960 Thorium and uranium resources in monazite placers of the 

western Piedmont, North and South Carolina: Am. Inst. Mining, 
Metcall. and Petroleum Engineers Trans. 1959, v. 214, PP« 709-714, 
incl. sketch map and tables. 

Pakli, Rud 

1942 A garnet occurrence in North Carolina: Rocks and Minerals, v. 
17, no. 10, p. 350, Oct. 

Palache, Charles and Davidson, Stanley Cecil and Goranson, Edwin Alexander 

1930 The hiddenite deposit in Alexander County, N. C: Am. Mineralogist, 
v. 15, no. 8, pp. 280-302, 11 figs., 2 pis. 

Pardee, Joseph Thomas 

1935 Preliminary report on gold deposits in North and South Carolina: 
U. S. Dept. Interior Press Memo. 29021, 43 P», map. 

-59- 



Parker, John Mason, 3d. 

(1) 1937 Granitic intrusion in eastern Wake County, N. C. (abs.): 

KLisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. Jour., v. 53» no. 2, p. 227. 

(2) 1946 Residual kaolin deposits of the Spruce Pine district, North 

Carolina: N. C. Dept. of Cons, and Devel., Div, of Mineral Res, 
Bull. 48, 45 p., illus. 

(3) 1949 Outlier near Raleigh, North Carolina (abs.): N. C. Acad. Sci. 

Proc. "in" ELisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. Jour., v. 65, no. 2, p. 195* 

(4) 1950 Feldspar and mica deposits of southeastern United States: 

Symposium on mineral resources of the southeastern United States, 
1949, Proc, 236 p., illus. 

(5) 1952 Geology and structure of part of the Spruce Pine district, 

North Carolina - A progress report: N. C. Dept. of Cons, and 
Devel., Div. of Mineral Res. Bull. no. 65, 26 p., illus. and 
geol. map. 

(6) 1953 Preliminary geology of the southwest part of the Raleigh 

quadrangle N. C. (abs.): N. C. Acad. Sci., Proc. "in" KLisha 
Mitchell Sci. Soc. Jour., v. 69, no. 2, pp. 93-94» Dec. 

(7) 1953 Geology of Hamme tungsten district, Vance County, North 

Carolina (abs.): Geol. Soc. Am. Bull., v. 64, no. 12, pt. 2, 
p. 1534, Dec. 

Pearson, Kathryn 

1941 The Conder gold mine: The State Mag., p. 7, Dec. 20, Raleigh, 
N. C. 

Penhallegon, William James 

193S Barite in the Tennessee Valley region: Tennessee Valley Auth. 
Geol. Bull. 9, 47 p. 1 2 pis. incl. index map. 

Perry, Stuart Hoffman 

1939 The Wood's Mountain (N. C.) meteorite: Am. Jour. Sci., v. 237, 
no. 8, pp. 569— 574-t pis. 

Petty, Julian Jay 

(1) 1932 Pedestal rocks of granite in the southern Piedmont: KLisha 

Mitchell Sci. Soc. Jour., v. 48, no. 1, pp. 119-122, 2 pis. 

(2) 1936 The origin and occurrences of fulgurites in the Atlantic 

Coastal Plain: Am. Jour. Sci., 5th Ser., v. 31, no. 183, 
pp. 188-201, 6 figs., March; (abs.) Am. Mineralogist, v. 20, 
no. 3, P. 207, March 1935; Geol. Soc. Am. Proc. 1934, 
p. 428, June 1935. 

Pizerat, H. and Mering, J. 

1954 Influence des substitutions isomorphes sur les parametres 
de structure des phyllites (N. C. and Wyo.): Clay Minerals 
Bull., v. 2, no. 12, pp. 156-l6l, dllus., London, Dec. 



-60- 



Pleasants, Paul 

1954 Dinosaurs packed down shale: The State Mag., v. 21, no. 41, 
pp. 7-8, March 13, Raleigh, N. C. 

Plummer, J. K. 

1915 Petrography of some North Carolina soils and its relation 

to their fertilizer requirements: Jour. Agri. Research, v. 5, 
pp. 569-582. 

Pocket dictionary of common rocks and minerals 

1915 2d. ed., 59 p., Chapel Hill, North Carolina. 

Pogue, Joseph Ezekiel 

(1) 1910 On olivine diabase from Davidson Co., N. C: U. S. Nat. Mus. 

Proc, v. 37, pp. 475-4^4, map incl. 

(2) 1910 Cid mining district of Davidson Co., N. C: N. C. Geol. Survey 

Bull. No. 22, 144 p., map incl. 

(3) 1912 On Quartz from Alexander Co., N. C: Am. Jour. Sci. Ser. 4, 

v. 34, pp. 414-420. 

Postley, Olive Clara 

1938 Oil and gas possibilities in Atlantic Coastal Plain from 

New Jersey to Florida: Am. Assoc. Petroleum Geologists Bull., 
v. 22, no. 7, pp. 799-815, 1 fig., geol. sketch and index map, 
July 1938; (abs.) Oil and Gas Jour., v. 36, no. 44, P» 5, March 
17, 1938; World Petroleum, v. 9, no. 10, p. 70. 

Potter, Donald B. 

1955 Origin of the Yorkville granite North Carolina and South 
Carolina (abs.): Geol. Soc. Am. Bull., v. 66, no. 12, 
pt. 2, pp. I696-1697, Dec. 

Powel, G. W. 

1939 Nickel in North Carolina; the silicate ores of Jackson County, 
long known, once more invite attention: Eng. and Min. Jour., v. 
140, no. 10, pp. 35-38, 2 figs. incl. index map. 

Powers, Lewis Edward 

1955 Petroleum geology of the Carolinas (abs.): Ga. Acad. Sci. 
Bull., v. 13, no. 2, pp. 53-54, Apr. 

Powers, Maurice C. 

1951 Black Creek Cretaceous deposits along the Cape Fear River, 
North Carolina (abs.): N. C. Acad. Sci. Proc. "in" Elisha 
Mitchell Sci. Soc. Jour., v. 67, no. 2, p. 180, Dec. 

Pratt, Joseph Hyde and Sterrett, D. B. 

(1) 1910 Monazite and monazite mining in the Carolinas: Am. Inst. 

Mining Eng. Bull., v. 30, pp. 483-511, 1909; Tr., v. 40, 
pp. 313-340, 1910. 

Pratt, Joseph Hyde and Berry, H. M. 

(2) 1911 The mining industry in North Carolina during 1908, 1909 and 

1910: N. C. Geol. Survey Econ. Paper No,. 23, 134 p. 



•61- 



Pratt, Joseph Hyde 

(3) 1913 New Occurrences of monazite in North Carolina: ELisha Mitchell 

Sci. Soc. Jour., v. 28, pp. 153-156; (abs.) Geol. Soc. Am. Bull., 

v. 24, 686 p. 

Geological history of western North Carolina: ELisha Mitchell 
Sci. Soc. Jour., v. 29, pp. 35-44. 

The mining industry in North Carolina during 1911 and 1912: 
N. C. Geol. Survey Econ. Paper no. 34, 342 p. 

The occurrence and utilization of certain mineral resources 

of the southern States: ELisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. Jour., v. 30, 

pp. 1-25, 90-115. 

Certain magnetic iron ores of Ashe Co., (N, C»): ELisha Mitchell 
Sci. Soc. Jour., v. 30, pp. 179-187. 

The Coggins (Appalachian) gold mine (Montgomery Co., N. C.): 
ELisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. Jour., v. 30, pp. 165-178. 

Memorial of Joseph Austin Holmes: Geol. Soc. Am. Bull., v. 27, 
pp. 22-35, port. 

Memorial sketch of Joseph Austin Holmes: ELisha Mitchell Sci. 
Soc. Jour., v. 32, pp. 1-15. 

Zircon, Monazite, and other minerals used in the production of 
chemical compounds employed in the manufacture of lighting 
apparatus: N. C. Geol. Survey Bull. no. 25, 120 p. 

(12) 1919 Biennial report of the state geologist, 1917-1918: North 

Carolina Geol. and Econ. Survey, 110 p. 

Pratt, Joseph Hyde and Berry, Miss H. M. 

(13) 1919 The mining industry in North Carolina during 1913-1917, 

inclusive: North Carolina Geol. and Econ. Survey Econ. Paper 
no. 49, 170 p., 1 pi. 

Pratt, Joseph Hyde 

(14) 1921 Biennial report of the state geologist 1919-1920: North 

Carolina Geol. and Econ. Survey, 74 p. 

(15) 1921 The work of the state geological survey and mining conditions 

in North Carolina: Am. Mining Cong., 23d Ann. Convention, Rept. 
of Proc, pp. 488-491. 

Extension of Triassic coal field of North Carolina: Pan. Am. 
Geologist, v. 37, no. 3, pp. 246-248. 

Recovery of low-grade magnetitic ores in North Carolina: Pan. 
Am. Geologist, v. 37, no. 4, pp. 345-347. 

Biennial report of the geologist and director, 1921-1922: 
North Carolina Geol. and Econ. Survey, 104 p. 



(4) 


1913 


(5) 


1914 


(6) 


1914 


(7) 


1915 


(8) 


1915 


(9) 


1916 


(10) 


1916 


(11) 


1916 



(16) 


1922 


(17) 


1922 


(18) 


1923 



-62- 



Pratt, Joseph Hyde 

(19) 1933 Gems and gem minerals of North Carolina: Am. Mineralogist, v. 

18, no. 4, PP. 148-159. 

(20) 1933 Mineralogical notes on North Carolina minerals (abs.): KLisha 

Mitchell Sci. Soc. Jour., v. 49 t n0 « 1» PP» 38-39. 

(21) 1942 History of geological investigations in North Carolina: N. C. 

Acad. Sci. Proc. "in" Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. Jour., v. 57, 
no. 2, pp. 295-305. 

Prouty, William Frederick 

(1) 1925 Triassic basin west of Raleigh (abs.): Elisha Mitchell Sci. 

Soc. Jour., v. 41, nos. 1-2, pp. 24-26. 

(2) 1926 The Triassic of the Durham basin (abs.): Elisha Mitchell Sci. 

Soc. Jour., v. 42, nos. 1-2, pp. 22-24. 

(3) 1928 Triassic deposits of Durham, North Carolina, and structural 

relations to other Triassic basins of eastern North America 
(abs.): Geol. Soc. Am. Bull., v. 39, no. 1, pp. 210-211, 
March 30, 1928; Pan-Am. Geologist, v. 49, no. 2, p. 145, March; 
no. 3, p. 231, April. 

(4) 1928 Typical structures of central Appalachian area and their relation 

to topography (abs.): Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. Jour., v. 44, 
no. 1, p. 14. 

(5) 1931 A bituminous fossil plant from the Triassic of North Carolina: 

Science n. s., v. 72, p. 527. 

(6) 1931 Triassic deposits of the Durham basin and their relation to 

other Triassic areas of eastern United States: Am. Jour. Sci. 
5th ser., v. 21, pp. 473-490, 11 figs. 

(7) 1933 Foundation problems in the Morgan Creek dam of the University 

of North Carolina (abs.): Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. Jour., v. 
49, no. 1, pp. 27-29. 

Prouty, William Frederick, Poteat, William Louis and Stuckey, Jasper Leonidas 

(8) 1934 Dr. Collier Cobb (1862-1934): Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. Jour., 

v. 50, no. 1-2, pp. 197-198. 

Prouty, William Frederick, MacNider, William deBerniere and Wilson, Henry Van Peters 

(9) 1934 Dr. Collier Cobb (1862-1934): Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. Jour., 

v. 50, no. 1-2, pp. 246-247. 

Prouty, William Frederick 

(10) 1934 Carolina bays (abs.): Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. Jour., v. 50, 

no. 1-2, pp. 59-60. 

(11) 1934 Further observations concerning the Carolina bays (abs.): Elisha 

Mitchell Sci. Soc. Jour., v. 50, no. 1-2, pp. 210-211. 



■63- 



(H) 


1934 


(15) 


1936 


(16) 


1936 


(17) 


1937 



Prouty, William Frederick 

(12) 1934 "Carolina bays" and elliptical -like basins: Jour. Geology, 

v. 43 1 no. 2, pp. 200-207, 4 figs. 

(13) 1934 Geology of the Coastal Plain of North Carolina: Am. Water 

Works Assoc. Jour., v. 28, no. 4, PP. 484-491, 5 figs. incl. 
geol. map, April 1936; (abs.) KLisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. 
Jour., v. 50, no. 1-2, pp. 244-246. 

Fossil whales of the North Carolina Miocene (abs.): Elisha 
Mitchell Sci. Soc. Jour., v. 50, no. 1-2, p. 52. 

Further evidence in regard to the origin of "Carolina bays" 
and elliptical -like basins (abs.): Geol. Soc. Am. Proc, 
1935, pp. 96-97. 

Memorial of Collier Cobb (1862-1934): Geol. Soc. Am. Proc. 
1935, pp. 189-194, port. 

Report on research in terrestrial magnetism by the Department 
of Geology of the University of North Carolina: Am. Geophys. 
Union Trans., 18th Ann. Mtg., Pt. 1, pp. 183-184, Nat. Research 
Council. 

(18) 1938 Later evidence concerning meteoritic origin of "Carolina bays" 

(abs.): Science n. s., v. SS t no. 2290, pp. 476-477. 

Prouty, William Frederick and Straley, Harrison Wilson, 3d. 

(19) 193S Further studies of "Carolina bays" (abs.): Geol. Soc. Am. 

Proc, 1937, pp. 104-105. 

Prouty, William Frederick 

(20) 1943 (1879-1949) The Carolina bays: Compass, v. 23, no. 4, pp. 236-244, 

illus. incl. index maps, May. 

(21) 1946 Two peneplains under the Coastal Plain (abs.): N. C. Acad. Sci., 

Proc. "in" Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. Jour., v. 62, no. 2, pp. 
139-140, Dec. 

(22) 1946 Atlantic Coastal Plain floor and continental slope of North 

Carolina: Am. Assoc. Petrol. Geol. Bull., v. 30, no. 11, pp. 
1917-1920, illus. incl. index map, Nov. 

(23) 1947 Further observations concerning Carolina bays (abs.): N. C. 

Acad. Sci. Proc. "in" Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. Jour., v. 63, 
no. 2, p. 101, Dec. 

(24) 1948 Heart-shaped Carolina bays (abs.): Geol. Soc. Am. Bull., v. 59, 

no. 12, pt. 2, p. 1345, Dec. 

(25) 1949 ELlipticity of Carolina bays (abs.): N. C. Acad. Sci. Proc. 

"in" Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. Jour., v. 65, no. 2, pp. 195-196, 
Dec. 

(26) 1950 Origin of the Carolina bays: Pop. Astronomy, v. 58, no. 1, 

pp. 17-21, Jan. 



-64- 



Pusey, Richard D. 

(1) i960 Geology and ground water in the Goldsboro area, North Carolina: 

North Carolina Dept. of Water Resources Ground-Water Bull. 2, 
77 p., incl. geol. and index maps, cross section diagrams, 
tables and illus. 

(2) i960 Effect of fault-block structures on sedimentary history of 

Coastal Plain in North Carolina (abs.): Am. Assoc. Petroleum 
Geologists Bull., v. 44» no. 7» p. 1255 » July. 

Ratburn, Mary Jane 

1923 De capod crustaceans from the Upper Cretaceous of North 

Carolina: North Carolina Geol. Survey, v. 5» pt. 1, pp. 403-408, 
2 pis. 

Reed, John C, Jr. and Bryant, Bruce Hazelton 

(1) 1958 Stratigraphy of the western part of the Grandfather Mountain 

window, North Carolina (abs.): Geol. Soc. Am. Bull., v. 69, 
no. 12, pt. 2, p. I633, July-Dec. 

(2) i960 A major topographic lineament in western North Carolina and 

its possible structural significance: Art. 86 "in" U. S. Geol, 
Survey Prof. Paper 400-B, pp. B195-B197, incl. geol. map. 

(3) i960 Lower Cambrian and late Precambrian rocks in the Grandfather 

Mountain window, North Carolina: Washington Acad. Sci. Jour., 
v. 50, no. 7» pp. 3-5 t Nov. 

Reinemund, John Adam 

(1) 1949 Geology of the Deep River coal field, Chatham, Lee and Moore 

counties, North Carolina: Scale 1 in. to 2000 ft., 2 sheets, 
geol. map with text, U. S. Geol. Survey. 

(2) 1953 Future coal expectancy in North Carolina, "in" Conservation 

and Development in North Carolina: compiled by C. S. Green, 
v. 1, pp. 59-62 (Raleigh, N. C. Dept. of Cons, and Devel.) 

(3) 1955 Geology of the Deep River coal field, North Carolina: U. S. 

Geol. Survey Prof. Paper 246, 159 P«» illus. incl. geol. maps. 

Richards, Horace Gardiner 

(1) 1936 Fauna of the Pleistocene Pamlico formation of the southern 

Atlantic Coastal Plain: Geol. Soc. Am. Bull., v. 47, no. 10, 
pp. 161I-I656, 4 pis., geol. sketch map. 

(2) 194L Additions to the fauna of the Trent marl of North Carolina: 

Jour. Paleontology, v. 17, no. 5» pp. 518-526, illus., Sept. 
1943; (abs.) with title, New mollusks from the Trent formation 
(Miocene) of North Carolina; Geol. Soc. Am. Bull., v. 52, no. 12, 
pt. 2, p. 1974, Dec. 1. 

(3) 1943 Studies in the geology and paleontology of the North Carolina 

Coastal Plain: Am. Philos. Soc. Yearb., 1942, pp. 110-119. 



-65- 



Richards, Horace Gardiner 

(4) 1948 Tertiary invertebrate fossils from newly discovered localities 

in North and South Carolina, Pt. 1: Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila. 
Notulae Naturae no. 207, 11 p., illus, 

(5) 1950 Geology of the Coastal Plain of North Carolina: Am. Philos. 

Soc. Trans., v. AD, pt. 1, 83 p., illus., Aug. 

(6) 1954 Subsurface Triassic in eastern North Carolina: Am. Assoc. 

Petroleum Geologist Bull., v. 38, no. 12, pp. 2564-2565, Dec. 

Ries, Heinrich and Bayley, W. S. and others 

1922 High-grade clays of the eastern United States, with notes on 
some western clays: U. S. Geol. Survey Bull. 708, 314 p., 38 
figs., 30 pis. 

Robertson, Almon Fulton 

(1) 1946 Exploration of the Cherokee iron deposits, Cherokee County, 

North Carolina: U. S. Bur. Mines Rpt. Inv. 3974, 31 p., illus. 
incl. index maps. 

Robertson, Almon Fulton, Mcintosh, Frank Kenyon and Ballard, Thomas Janney 

(2) 1947 Boy Scout-Jones and Moss -Richards on molybdenum deposits, 

Halifax County, North Carolina: U. S. Bur. Mines Rpt. Inv. 
i4l56, 9 P«, illus. incl. index maps. 

Robertson, C. P. 

1945 King mica: The State Mag., pp. 8-9, 22, Dec. 29, Raleigh, N. C. 

Rogers, Austin Flint 

1934 The chemical formula and crystal system of alleghanyite: Am. 
Mineralogist, v. 20, no. 1, pp. 25-35, 10 figs., Jan. 1935; 
(abs.) no. 3, p. 197, March 1935? Geol. Soc. Am. Proc, 1934, 
p. 421, June 1935. 

Rolfe, Bernard Nathan 

1954 Mineralogy of soil profiles - Iredell and Durham soils from 
the Piedmont Province of North Carolina, "in" Swineford and 
Plummer, eds., Clays and clay minerals: Natl. Research 
Council Pub. 327, pp. 183-189, tables. 

Ross, Clarence Samuel and Shannon, Earl V. 

(1) 1925 The so-called genthite from Webster, North Carolina: Am. 

Mineralogist, v. 10, no. 12, pp. 444-445. 

Ross, Clarence Samuel 

(2) 1926 Nickeliferous vermiculite and serpentine from Webster, 

North Carolina: Am. Mineralogist, v. 11, no. 4, PP« 90-93* 

Ross, Clarence Samuel, Shannon, Earl V. and Goyner, Forest A. 

(3) 1928 The origin of nickel silicates at Webster, North Carolina: 

Econ. Geology, v. 23, no. 5, pp. 528-552, 6 figs. 



-66- 



Ross, Clarence Samuel 

(4) 1929 Origin of the magnetite and associated rocks of Cranberry, 

N. C. (abs.): Washington Acad. Sci. Jour., v. 19, no. 11, 
pp. 233-234. 

Ross, Clarence Samuel, Henderson, Edward Porter and Posnjak, Eugen 

(5) 1931 Clarkeite; a new uranium mineral: Am. Mineralogist, v. 16, 

no. 5, pp. 213-220, 1 fig. 

Ross, Clarence Samuel and Kerr, Paul Francis 

(6) 1932 The manganese minerals of a vein near Bald Knob, North Carolina: 

Am. Mineralogist, v. 17, no. 1, pp. 1-18, 2 figs. 

Ross, Clarence Samuel 

(7) 1935 Origin of the copper deposits of the Ducktown type in the 

southern Appalachian region: U. S. Geo. Survey Prof. Paper 
179, 165 p., 5 figs., 44 pis. 

(8) 1937 Sphalerite from a pegmatite near Spruce Pine, North Carolina: 

Am. Mineralogist, v. 22, no. 5» pp. 643-650, 6 figs. 

(9) 1942 Extreme hydrothermal alteration in the Buck Creek, North 

Carolina, dunite body (abs.): Am. Mineralogist, v. 27, 
no. 3» p. 233 r March. 

Rude, G. I. 

1923 Shore changes at Cape Hatteras: Assoc. Am. Geographers Annals, 
v. 12, pp. 87-95 t 2 figs. 

Rowland, Helen lone 

1936 The Atlantic and Gulf coast Tertiary Pectinidae of the 

United States: Am. Midland Naturalist, v. 17, no. 6, pp. 
985-1017, 6 pis. 

Sams, Harriet 

1936 Iron mining at Cranberry: The State Mag., Jan. 25, Raleigh, N. C. 

Sass, Herbert Raven el 

1944 When the comet struck (Carolina Bays): Saturday Evening Post, 
v. 217, no. 11, pp. 12-13, 105, 107, illus., Sept. 9. 

Schaller, Waldemar Theodore 

1933 A large monazite crystal from North Carolina: Am. Mineralogist, 
v. 18, no. 10, pp. 435-439, 1 fig. 

Scheer, Julian 

1954 Boom and death: The State Mag., v. 22, no. 8, p. 15, Sept. 11, 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Schipf , Robert G. and LeGrand, Harry EL wood 

1954 Preliminary study of flood-plain deposits in North Carolina 
(abs.): N. C. Acad. Sci. Proc. "in" ELisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. 
Jour., v. 70, no. 2, pp. 128-129, Dec. 



•67- 



Schaeffer, Bobb 

1954 "Pariostegus", A Triassic coelacanth (N. C#): Acad, Nat. 
Sci. Philadelphia Notulae Naturae, no. 26l, 6 p., illus. 
Nov. 19. 

Scroggs, Fred 0. 

(1) 1939 North Carolina ruby: Mineralogist, v. 7, no. 4, PP- 186-187. 

(2) 1946 Collecting staurolite crystals in North Carolina and 

Georgia: Mineralogist, v. 14, no. 2, pp. 6l-62, Feb. 

Seagle, B. F., Jr. 

1927 Home of the world's largest deposit of cyanite (Yancey County, 
North Carolina): Rocks and Minerals, v. 2, no. 1, pp. 19-22, 
4 figs. 

Seaman, David Martin 

1941 Mineral collecting in North Carolina: Am. Mineralogist, v. l6, 
no. 8, pp. 288-290, Aug. 

Sharpe, Bill 

(1) 1943 Mines are busy: The State Mag., p. 7, Jan. 16, Raleigh, N. C. 

(2) 1945 Seashore dream oil hunt dies: The State Mag., pp. 4-5, 

May 26, Raleigh, N. C. 

(3) 1951 Mining white gold: The State Mag., p. 23, Sept. 29, Raleigh, N. C, 

(4) 1952 Mine is high; so is mica!: The State Mag., pp. 16-17, Dec. 13, 

Raleigh, N. C. 

(5) 1952 Richest ilmenite mine (Caldwell Co., N. C.): The State Mag., 

pp. 5, 19i April 5, Raleigh, N. C. 

Sharpe, Lois Kremer and Allen, Alice Standish 

(1) 1938 Transition zones between the Whiteside granite and the 

Carolina gneiss (abs.): Geol. Soc. America Proc. 1937, 
pp. 113-114. 

Sharpe, Lois Kremer 

(2) 1942 Paragenesis of pegmatites within and fringing the Whiteside 

granite (N. C.) (abs.): Geol. Soc. Am. Bull., v. 53, no. 12, 
pt. 2, pp. 1808-1809, Dec. 1. 

Sheldon, Pearl G. 

1917 The Atlantic slope areas: Palaeontographica Americana, v. 1, 
no. 1, 103 p., illus. 

Shore, Phil 

1952 Mr. Mad Smith's emerald: The State Mag., p. 20, Jan. 19, 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Simpson, George Gaylord 

1926 Are "Dromatherium" and "Microconodon" mammals? (from Traissic 
of North Carolina): Science, n. s., v. 63, pp. 548-549« 



-68- 



Sinha, Evelyn Zepel 

i960 Geomorphology of the lower Coastal Plain from the Savannah 
River area, Georgia, to the Roanoke River area, North 
Carolina (abs.): Dissert, (abs.), v. 20, no. 7, p. 2759, Jan. 

Skeels, Dorr Covell 

1950 Geophysical data on the North Carolina Coastal Plain: 

Geophysics, v. 15, no. 3, PP» 409-425, illus., July 1950; 
(abs.) Oil and Gas Jour., v. 48, no. 51, p. 120, Apr. 27, 
1950. 

Smith, Burnett 

(1) 1940 Notes on giant "Fasciolarias": Palaeontographica Americana, 

v. 2, no. 11, pp. 463-470, illus., Sept. 23. 

(2) 1943 Two abnormal "Busycon" shells (N. C.): Palaeontographica 

Americana, v. 3, no. 15, 8 p., illus., Aug. 12. 

Smith, David Dwyer and Dolan, Robert G. 

i960 Erosional development of beach cusps along the outer banks 

of North Carolina (abs.): Geol. Soc. Am. Bull., v. 71, no. 12, 
pt. 2, p. 1979, Dec. i960. 

Smith, John Eliphalet 

(l) 1914 Economic geology of Chapel Hill, North Carolina and vicinity 

(abs.): Science n. s., v. 40, pp. 385-386. 

Geology of Chapel Hill and vicinity (N. C.): Elisha Mitchell 
Sci. Soc. Jour., v. 30, pp. 26-32. 

Some igneous rocks of Mount Collier (Orange Co., N. C.) (abs.): 
Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. Jour., v. 31, pp. 7-8. 

Some structural geology of the Piedmont (abs.): Science n. s., 
v. 43, p. 400. 

Geographic causes in North Carolina (abs.): Science n. s., 
v. 43, p. 400. 

The diorites of the Chapel Hill stock (N. C.) (abs.): Science 
n. s., v. AJ+, pp. 361-362, 1916; Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. 
Jour., v. 32, p. 50, 1916. 

A laboratory guide for beginners in geology: vii, 91 P»» Chapel 
Hill, N. C. 

Pliocene deposits in Orange Co. (N. C.) (abs.): Elisha Mitchell 
Sci. Soc. Jour., v. 33, PP. 94-95, 1917; Science n. s., v. 46, 
p. 195, 1917. 

The diorites near Chapel Hill, N. C: Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. 
Jour., v. 33, PP. 128-132. 

Structural geology of Orange Co., N. C. (abs.): Elisha Mitchell 
Sci. Soc. Jour., v. 33, PP« 96-97, 1917; Science n. s., v. 46, 
p. 195, 1917. 



-69- 



(2) 


1914 


(3) 


1915 


(4) 


1916 


(5) 


1916 


(6) 


1916 


(7) 


1917 


(8) 


1917 


(9) 


1917 


(10) 


1917 



Smith, Melbourne 

1950 The rubies of Cowee Valley, North Carolina: Rocks and 

Minerals, v. 25, nos. 9-10, pp. 474-480, illus., Sept. -Oct. 

Spangler, Walter Blue 

1950 Subsurface geology of Atlantic Coastal Plain, North Carolina: 
Am. Assoc. Petrol. Geol. Bull., v. 34, no. 1, pp. 100-132, 
illus., Jan. 

St. Clair, Stuart. 

1935 Commercial tin in (North) Carolina: Mining and Metallurgy, 
v. 16, no. 343, PP. 302-303. 

Stanley, Ruth P. 

i960 Guide to the minerals and gems of northwestern North Carolina: 
Gems and Minerals, no. 274, pp. 72-76, July. 

Stearns, Norah Dowell 

1927 Report on the geology and groundwater hydrology of the 

experimental area of the United States Public Health Service 
at Fort Caswell, North Carolina: U. S. Hygenic Lab. Bull, 
no. 147, pp. 137-168, 8 figs., 2 pis. 

Steel, Warren G. 

1952 The eastern Piedmont pegmatite district of North Carolina: 
N. C. Dept. of Cons, and Devel., Div. of Mineral Res. Inf. 
Circ. 9, 13 P»t illus., Dec. 

Steinocher, V. and Novacek, Radim 

1939 On B-uranotile: Am. Mineralogist, v. 24, no. 5, pp. 324-338, 
7 figs. 

Stenbuck, Frederick A. 

1947 Collecting staurolites at Brasstown, North Carolina: Rocks 
and Minerals, v. 22, no. 3, pp. 216-217, Mar. 

Stephenson, CD. 

1927 Additions to the Upper Cretaceous invertebrate faunas of the 

Carolinas: U. S. Nat. Mus. Proc, v. 72, art. 10, 25 p., 9 pis. 

Stephenson, Lloyd William 

(1) 1911 Cretaceous geology of the Carolinas and Georgia (abs.): Ga. 

Geol. Soc. Bull. 26, 466 p. 

Stephenson, Lloyd William and Johnson, B. L. 

(2) 1912 Water resources of the Coastal Plain of North Carolina: N. C. 

Geol. Survey, v. 3, pp. 333-483. 

Stephenson, Lloyd William 

(3) 1912 The Coastal Plain of North Carolina; the Cretaceous Lafayette 

and Quaternary formations: N. C. Geol. Survey, v. 3, pp. 73-171, 
258-290. 



-70- 



Stephenson, Lloyd William 

(4) 1915 Cretaceous deposits of the eastern Gulf region and species of 

Exogyra from the eastern Gulf region and the Carolinas: U. S. 
Geol. Survey Prof. Paper, p. 81, 77 p., illus., map, 1914; 
(abs.) Wash. Acad. Sci. Jour., v. 5, pp. 24-25, 1915 • 

(5) 1923 The Cretaceous formation of North Carolina; Part I, Invertebrate 

fossils of the Upper Cretaceous formations: North Carolina Geol. 
Survey, v. 5, pt. 1, 604 p., 102 pis., incl. map. 

Sterrett, Douglas Bovard 

(1) 1911 Monazite deposits of the Carolinas: U. S. Geol. Survey Bull. 

340, pp. 272-285, 1908; N. C. Geol. Survey Econ. Paper 23, 
pp. 72-81, 1911. 

(2) 1912 An occurrence of emeralds in North Carolina (abs.): Wash. Acad. 

Sci. Jour., v. 2, pp. 36O-36I. 

(3) 1918 Tin resources of the Kings Mountain district, N. C. and S. C: 

U. S. Geol. Survey Bull. 660, pp. 123-146, map, 1917; (abs.) 
by R. W. Stone, Wash. Acad. Sci. Jour., v. 8, p. 129, 1918. 

Stone, Ralph Walter 

(1) 1912 Coal on Dan River, N. C: U. S. Geol. Survey Bull. 471, pp. 

137-169, map. 

(2) 1914 Coal on Dan River, N. C: N. C. Geol. Survey Econ. Paper 34, 

pp. 115-149, map. 

Stose, George Willis and Stose ? Anna Isabel Jonas 

1947 Origin of the hot springs at Hot Springs, North Carolina: 
Am. Jour. Sci., v. 245, no. 10, pp. 624-644, illus. incl. 
geol. maps. 

Straley, H. W. Ill 

1948 The Coastal Plain of North Carolina: N. C. Acad. Sci. Proc. 
"in" ELisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. Jour., v. 64, no. 2, pp. 250- 
252, Dec. 

Stuckey, Jasper Leonidas 

(1) 1924 Dehydration temperature of pyrophyllite and sericite: Jour. 

Am. Ceramic Soc, v. 17, pp. 235-237. 

(2) 1925 The pyrophyllite. deposits of the Deep River region of North 

Carolina: Econ. Geology, v. 20, no. 5, pp. 442-463, 2 figs, 
incl. map, 2 pis. 

(3) 1925 Shales of North Carolina: Jour. Am. Ceramic Soc, v. 18, 

PP. 943-948. 

(4) 1926 Chloritoid from the Deep River region, North Carolina; Am. 

Mineralogist, v. 11, no. 7, pp. 186-188. 



•71- 



Stuckey, Jasper Leonidas 

(5) 1927 The pyrpphyllite deposits of Moore and Chatham counties, 

North Carolina (abs.): Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. Jour,, v. 
43, nos. 1-2, p. 12. 

(6) 1928 A Cretaceous sandstone quarry near Kins ton, North Carolina 

(abs.): Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. Jour., v. 44, no. 1, pp. 22-23. 

(7) 1928 The pyrophyllite deposits of North Carolina, with a more 

detailed account of the geology of Deep River region: North 
Carolina Dept. of Cons, and Devel. Bull. 37, 62 p., 1 fig., 
1 pi., maps. 

(8) 1929 Water supplies from crystalline rocks of North Carolina (abs.): 

Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. Jour., v. 45, no. 1, p. 21. 

(9) 1930 The ground-water resources of the crystalline rocks of North 

Carolina: Reprint from North Carolina Water and Sewage Works 
Assoc. Jour., v. 7, no. 1, 26 p., 1 fig. 

(10) 1930 The mineralogy of some deposits of kaolinized volancic ash 

from the slate belt of North Carolina: Am. Mineralogist, v. 
15, no. 7, pp. 253-258. 

(11) 1932 Cyanite deposits of North Carolina: Econ. Geology, v. 27, 

no. 7, pp. 661-674, 3 figs. 

Stuckey, Jasper Leonidas and Fontaine, James 

(12) 1933 Occurrence and physical properties of North Carolina Marble: 

North Carolina Univ. Eng. Exper. Sta. Bull. 5 (State College 
Rec, v. 33, no. 5) 24 p., May 1933; reprinted in Stone, v. 
54, no. 9, PP. 414-A17, September 1933; no. 10, pp. 465-467, 
October, 1933. 

Stuckey, Jasper Leonidas and Davis, Harry Towler 

(13) 1933 Barite deposits in North Carolina: Am. Inst. Min. Met. Eng. 

Contr. 19, 9 p., 4 figs. 

Stuckey, Jasper Leonidas 

(14) 1934 North Carolina talc-deposits (abs.): Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. 

Jour., v. 50, no. 1-2, pp. 41-42. 

Origin of cyanite: Econ. Geology v. 30, no. 4. 

Talc deposits of North Carolina: Econ. Geol., v. 32, no. 8, 
pp. 1009-1018, 3 figs. incl. index map. 

Volcanic rocks in the eastern Piedmont of North Carolina (abs.): 
Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. Jour., v. 53, no. 2, pp. 227-228. 

Kyanite deposits in North Carolina: North Carolina Dept. of 
Cons, and Devel. Econ. Paper 64, pp. 63-67, 1 fig. index map. 



(15) 


1935 


(16) 


1937 


(17) 


1937 


(18) 


1937 



-72- 



Stuckey, Jasper Leonidas and Davis, Harry Towles 

(19) 1938 Barite deposits in North Carolina (with discussion): Am. Inst. 

Min. Met. Eng. Trans., v. 115, Mining Geo!., pp. 346-355, 3 figs. 
incl. map. 

Stuckey, Jasper Leonidas 

(20) 193S Mineralogy of the Staley pyrophyllite deposit (abs.): Elisha 

Mitchell Sci. Soc. Jour., v. 54, no. 2, pp. I88-I89. 

Stuckey, Jasper Leonidas and Amero, J. J. 

(21) 1940 Thermal properties of massive topaz (abs.): N. C. Acad. Sci. 

Proc. "in" Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. Jour., v. 56, no. 2, p. 227. 

(22) 19A1 Physical properties of massive topaz: Jour. Amer. Ceramic Sco., 

v. 24, pp. 87-92. 

Stuckey, Jasper Leonidas and George, D'Arcy Roscoe 

(23) 1941 Soapstone deposits in Wake County (N. C): N. C. Acad. Sci, 

Proc. "in" Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. Jour., v. 57, no. 2, 
pp. 218-225. 

Stuckey, Jasper Leonidas 

(24) 19A1 Man and minerals: N. C. Acad. Sci. Proc. "in" Elisha Mitchell 

Sci. Soc. Jour., v. 57, no. 2, pp. 218-225. 

(25) 1942 Barite deposits in North Carolina: "in" Newhouse, W. H., ed., 

Ore deposits as related to structural features, pp. 106-108, 
illus., geol. sketch map. 

(26) 1942 Pyrophyllite deposits of North Carolina: "in" Newhouse, W. H., 

ed., Ore deposits as related to structural features, pp. 170-171, 
illus. 

(27) 1943 Memorial of Joseph Hyde Pratt (1870-1942): Am. Mineralogist, v. 

28, no. 3, pp. 155-166, port., Mar. 1943; Geol. Soc. Am. Proc. 
1942, pp. 201-215, port. 

Stuckey, Jasper Leonidas, Hunter, Charles Eugene and Murdock, Thomas Glenn 

(28) 1947 Industrial minerals of North Carolina; Pegmatites worked for 

many products: Mining and Metallurgy, v. 28, no. 487, pp. 
321-325, illus. incl. index maps. 

Stuckey, Jasper Leonidas 

(29) 1948 Kaolins of North Carolina: A.I.M.E. Tech. Pub. 2219, Mining 

Technology, v. 11, no. 4, pp. 47-55, illus., 1947; reprinted 
as N. C. State College, School of Eng. Reprint Bull. 1, Oct. 

Shales of North Carolina (a summary): N. C. Dept. of Cons, and 
Devel., Div. of Mineral Res. Rpt. Inv. 62, 5 p., geol. map. 

Talc and soapstone in North Carolina (abs.): N. C. Acad. Sci. 
Proc. "in" Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. Jour., v. 65, no. 2, p. 195. 

(Memorial to) William Frederick Prouty (1879-1949): N. C. Acad. 
Sci. Proc. "in" Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. Jour., v. 66, no. 2, 
pp. 106-108, Dec. 



-73- 



(30) 


1949 


(3D 


1949 


(32) 


1950 



Stuckey, Jasper Leonidas 

(33) 1950 Talc, soapstone and pyrophyllite in southeastern United States: 

"in" Snyder, F. G. , ed., Symposium on mineral resources of the 
southeastern United States, pp. 112-119, 

(34) 1950 Talc, soapstone and pyrophyllite in the southeastern United 

States: Symposium on mineral resources of the southeastern 
United States, 1949 Proc, 236 p., illus. incl., 1950, 

(35) 1952 Industrial minerals of North Carolina: Min. Eng., col. 2, 

no. 12, pp. 1093-1096, Dec. 1951; A.I.M.E. Trans. 1951, v. 
190, 1952. 

(36) 1953 North Carolina's mineral resources: "in" Conservation and 

Development in North Carolina, compiled by C. G. Green, v. 1, 
pp. 44-58 (Raleigh, N. C. Dept. of Cons, and Devel.) 

(37) 1953 Investigation of limestone in eastern North Carolina (abs.): 

N. C. Acad. Sci. Soc. Jour., v. 69, no. 2, pp. 92-93, Dec. 

Stuckey, Jasper Leonidas and Steel, Warren G. 

(38) 1953 Geology and mineral resources of North Carolina: N. C. Dept. 

of Cons, and Devel., Div. of Mineral Res. Educ. Ser. no. 3» 
34 p., illus. 

Stuckey, Jasper Leonidas 

(39) 1955 Carolina slate belt (N. C.) (abs.): Geol. Sco. Am. Bull., 

v. 66, no. 12, pt. 2, p. I698, Dec. 

(40) 1956 The resources and utilization of North Carolina pyrophyllite 

(abs.): A.I.M.E., Mining Geology, Geophysics Div. Ann. Mtg., 
Feb. 1956, Min. Br. (abs.), p. 62, 1956. 

Stuckey, Jasper Leonidas and Conrad, Stephen G. 
(l+L) 1958 Explanatory text for geologic map of North Carolina: N. C. 

Dept. of Cons, and Devel., Div. of Mineral Res. Bull. 71, 51 p. 

Stuckey, Jasper Leonidas 

(42) 1959 What it was, was hornblende gneiss of the massive and dense 

variety: The State Mag., v. 27, no. 14, p. 16, Dec. 12, Raleigh, 
N. C. 

(43) I960 Geology of the Grandfather Mountain (North Carolina): Earth 

Sci., v. 13, no. 6, pp. 225-227, illus., Dec. 

(44) I960 Beryl in North Carolina (abs.): ELisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. 

Jour., v. 76, no. 2, p. 186, Nov. 

Swain, Frederick Morrill 

(l) 1947 Two recent wells nn Coastal Plain of North Carolina: Am. Assoc. 

Petrol. Geol. Bull., v. 31, no. 11, pp. 2054-2060, illus., Nov. 



-74- 



Toenges, Albert Louis and others 

1952 Coal deposits in the Deep River field, Chatham, Lee and Moore 
counties, N. C: U.# S. Bur. Mines Bull. 515» iv.,Al p., illus. 

Trudell, Harry W. 

191S Famous mineral localitites; 2, The gem regions of North 
Carolina: Am. Mineralogist, v. 3» pp. 14-17. 

Tucker, Helen lone 

(1) 1934 Some Atlantic coast Tertiary Pectinidae: Am. Midland Naturalist, 

v. 15, no. 5» pp. 612-621, 3 pis. 

(2) 1936 The Atlantic and Gulf coast Pectinidae of the United States: 

Am. Midland Naturalist, v. 17» no. 2, pp. 471-490, 4 pis. 

Tyler, Stanley Allen 

1934 A study of sediments from the North Carolina and Florida coasts: 
Jour. Sed. Petrology, v. 4» no. 1, pp. 3-11. 

Van Horn, Earl C. 

(1) 1948 Talc deposits of the Murphy Marble belt: N. C. Dept. of 

Cons, and Devel., Div. of Mineral Res. Bull. 56, 54 P»t 
illus. incl. geol. maps. 

(2) 1949 New barite possibilities revealed in the Carolinas: Ehg. 

Min. Jour., v. 150, no. 1, pp. 76-78, illus. incl. index map. 

Van Horn, Earl C, Legrand, John R. and McMurray, Lynn Lloyd 

(3) 1949 Geology and preliminary ore dressing studies of the Carolina 

barite belt: N. C. Dept. of Cons, and Devel., Div. of Mineral 
Res. Bull. 57 » 25 p., illus., 1949; also issued as S. C. 
Research Plan, and Devel. Bd. Bull. 18, 1949. 

Vaughan, Thomas Wayland 

1918 Correlation of the Tertiary geologic formations of the 

southeastern United States, Central America and the West 
Indies: Wash. Acad. Sci., Jour., v. 8, pp. 268-276. 

Vilbrandt, Frank C. 

(1) 1925 An oil-bearing shale of North Carolina: Elisha Mitchell Sci. 

Soc. Jour., v. 41 » nos. 1-2, pp. 108-114. 

(2) 1927 Oil-bearing shales of Deep River valley: North Carolina Dept. 

of Cons, and Devel. Econ. Paper no. 59 » 23 p. 

Vitz, Howard E. 

1937 The Mount Mitchell, N. C. area: Compass, v. 17 1 no. 4 t PP« 
200-210, 2 figs. incl. index map. 

Watson, Fletcher G. , Jr. 

1936 Meteor crater: Pop. Astronomy, v. 44» no. 1, pp. 2-17, 6 figs. 



-75- 



Swain, Frederick Morrill 

(2) 1951 Cenozoic Ostracoda, Pt. 1 of Ostracoda from wells in North 

Carolina: U. S. Geol. Survey Prof. Paper 234-A, 58 p., illus. 

(3) 1951 Cenozoic Ostracoda, Pt. 1 of Ostracoda from wells in North 

Carolina: U. S. Geol. Survey Prof. Paper 234-A, iii, 58 p., 
illus., 1951 ; taxonomic comment by H. S. Puri, Jour. Paleontology, 
v. 27, no. 5, pp. 750-752, Sept. 1953. 

(4) 1952 Mesozoic Ostracoda, Pt. 2, of Ostracoda from wells in North 

Carolina: U. S. Geol. Survey Prof. Paper 234-*, pp. iii, 59-93, 
illus. 

Swanson, Herbert E. and Rockwood, Nathan C. 

1947 North Carolina's vast untapped mineral resources: Rock 

Products, v. 50, no. 1, pp. 124-130, illus. incl. index maps, 
Jan. 1947; with sections by Thomas Glenn Murdock on commercial 
stone deposits and water-formed deposits of sand and gravel. 

Taber, Stephen 

(1) 1946 Geology of the Carolinas: Piedmont and Northern, Durham and 

Southern Railway Co. Mag., v. 2, no. 4, pp. 3-5, 10-11, Apr. 

(2) 1947 Quartz crystals with clay and fluid inclusions (N. C.) (abs.): 

Geol. Soc. Am. Bull., v. 57, no. 12, pt. 2, p. i234, Dec. 
1946; Am. Mineralogist, v. 32, nos. 3-4, p. 210, Mar. -Apr. 
1947; S. C. Acad. Sci. Bull., v. 9, p. 33. 

(3) 1948 Gold crystals from the southern Appalachians: Am. Mineralogist, 

v. 33, nos. 7-8, pp. 482-488, illus., July-Aug. 1948; (abs.) 
Geol. Soc. Am. Bull., v. 58, no. 12, pt. 2, p. 1231, Dec. 
1947; Am. Mineralogist, v. 33, nos. 3-4, PP. 208-209, Mar. -Apr. 
1948; S. CAcad. Sci. Bull., v. 10, pp. 31-32. 

(4) 1950 Quartz crystals with clay and fluid inclusions: Jour. Geol. 

v. 58, no. 1, pp. 37-48, illus., Jan. 

Teague, Kef ton Harding 

1950 Sillimanite in the southeast: Min. Eng., v. 187, no. 7, pp. 
785-789, illus., July 1950; A.I.M.E. Trans., v. 187, 1950. 

Thiesmeyer, Lincoln Reuber and Storm, Robert R. 

1938 Features indicative of seasonal banding in silicified argillites 
at Chapel Hill, N. C. (abs.): Geol. Soc. Am. Bull., v. 49, 
no. 12, pt. 2, p. 1964. 

Thomas, Theresa M. 

1936 Turning back the clock in North Carolina: The State Mag., 
pp. 19, 22, Jan. 25, Raleigh, N. C. 

Thompson, Arthur Perry 

1913 The relation of pyrrhotite to charcopyrite and other sulphides: 
Sch. Mines Quart., v. 34, pp. 385-395. 



-76- 



Ward, James B. 

(1) 1940 Geology of the Hiwassee dam site: Eng. Geol. of the Tennessee 

River system chapt. 9, PP« 237-259* 

(2) 1940 Geology of Hiwassee dam site: "in" Eng. geol. of the Tennessee 

River system, TVA Geol. Div. Tech. Mon. 47, pp. 237-260, 
illus. incl. geol. map. 

Watson, John Wilbur 

1923 Native copper deposits of the south Atlantic states compared 
with those of Michigan: Econ. Geology, v. 18, no. 8, pp. 732- 
752, 1 fig., map. 

Watson, Thomas Leonard 

1924 Thermal springs of the southeast Atlantic states: Jour. Geology, 
v. 32, no. 5, pp. 373-384, 2 figs. 

Weed, Walter Harvey 

1911 Copper deposits of the Appalachian states: U. S. Geol. Survey 
Bull. 455, 166 p. 

Wells, Bertram Whittier 

(1) 1940 Preliminary survey of the eastern Dare County peat (N. C.) 

(abs.): N. C. Acad. Sci. Proc. "in" ELisha Mitchell Sci. 
Soc. Jour., v. 56, no. 2, pp. 219-220, Dec. 

(2) 1941 Origin and development of the lower Cape Fear peninsula 

(N. C): N. C. Acad. Sci. Proc. "in" Elisha Mitchell Sci. 
Soc. Jour., v. 60, no. 2, pp. 129-134, illus. incl. index 
map, Dec. 1944; (abs.) v. 57, no. 2, pp. 197-198, Dec. 1941. 

(3) 1949 Origin of the Carolina bays; evidence from some peat profiles 

(abs.): N. C. Acad. Sci. Proc. "in" Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. 
Jour., v. 65, no. 2, p. 185, Dec. 

(4) 1943 Blythe Bay (N. C.), a record of changing ocean levels (abs.): 

N. C. Acad. Sci. Proc. "in" Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. Jour., 
v. 59, no. 2, pp. 118-119, Dec. 

Wells, Bertram Whittier and Boyce, Steve G. 

(5) 1953 Carolina bays, additional data on their origin, age and history: 

Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. Jour., v. 69, no. 2, pp. 119-141, 
illus., Dec. 

(6) 1953 Why the "Whiteness" of White Lake, Bladen Co., N. C. (abs.): 

N. C. Acad. Sci. Proc. "in" Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. Jour., 
v. 69, no. 2, p. 90, Dec. 

Wentworth, Chester Keeler, Ohrenschall, Robert D., Wolford, John J. and Fisher, 

Lloyd Wellington 

1930 Geologic reports on dam sites, Pt. 3, of Tennessee River and 
tributaries, North Carolina, Tennessee, Alabama and Kentucky, 
covering navigation, flood control, power development and 
irrigation: U. S. 71st. Cong. 2nd sess., House Doc. 328, Pt. 1, 
pp. 541-719, pis. in Pt. 2, maps and charts. 



-77- 



White, William Alexander 

(1) 1943 Corundum in North Carolina (advance report) made in cooperation 

with the Tennessee Valley Authority: N. C. Dept. of Cons, and 
Devel., Div. of Mineral Res. Rpt. Inv., 15 p. 

(2) 1944 Geomorphic effects of indurated veneers on granites in the 

southeastern states: Jour. Geology, v. 52, no. 5, pp. 333-341, 
illus. 

(3) 1944 Determining factors in the coloration of granite soils in the 

southeastern Piedmont: Am. Jour. Sci., v. 242, no. 7, PP« 36l- 
363, illus. 

(4) 1944 Manganese deposits in North Carolina (advance report): N. C. 

Dept. of Cons, and Devel., Div. of Mineral Res. Min. Inv. no. 2, 
14 p. illus. and index maps. 

(5) 1945 Origin of granite domes in the southeastern Piedmont: Jour. 

Geology, v. 53, no. 4, pp. 276-282, illus. incl. geol. map. 

(6) 1945 Tungsten deposit near Townsville, North Carolina (advance 

report): N. C. Dept. of Cons, and Devel., Div. of Mineral Res. 
Min. Inv. 1, 9 p., illus., geol. map, Aug. 1943? in full, Am. 
Mineralogist, v. 30, nos. 3-4, PP« 97-110, illus. 

Blue Ridge, a fault-scarp (Georgia to New Jersey) (abs.): 
Geol. Soc. Am. Bull., v. 57, no. 12, pt. 2, p. 1242. 

Molds of slickensides in saprolite (abs.): N. C. Acad. Sci. 
Proc. "in" KLisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. Jour., v. 64, no. 2, p. 171. 

Systematic drainage changes in the Piedmont (N. C.-Va.) (abs.): 
Geol. Soc. Am. Bull., v. 59, no. 12, pt. 2, p. 1362. 

Blue Ridge Front; a fault scarp: Geol. Soc. Am. Bull., v. 6l, 
no. 12, pt. 1, pp. 1309-1346, illus., Dec. 

Blue Ridge Front-a fault scarp: Geol. Soc. Am. Bull., v. 6l, 

no. 12, pt. 1, pp. 1309-1346, illus., Dec. 1950; discussion 

by G. W. Stose and A. J. Stose, v. 62, no. 11, pp. 1371-1373, Nov. 

Post-Cretaceous faults in Virginia and North Carolina: Geol. 
Soc. Am. Bull., v. 63, no. 7, pp. 745-747, Ulus., July. 

Systematic drainage changes in the Piedmont of North Carolina 
and Virginia: Geol. Soc. Am. Bull., v. 64, no. 12, pt. 2, 
p. 1491, Dec. 

Wilcox, Ronald E. 

(l) 1955 Petrochemistry of amphibolites of the Bakers ville-Roan Mountain 

area, North Carolina (abs.): Am. Geophys. Union Trans., v. 36, 

no. 3, p. 533, June. 



(7) 


1946 


(8) 


1948 


(9) 


1948 


(10) 


1950 


(11) 


1951 


(12) 


1952 


(13) 


1953 



-78- 



Wilcox, Ronald E. and Paldevaart, Arie 

(2) 1956 Metabasaltic dikes in the Bakersville-Roan Mountain area, 

Mitchell County, North Carolina (abs.): Geol. Soc. Am. 

Bull., v. 67, no. 12, pt. 2, pp. 1742-1743, Dec. 

Williams, Louis Gressett 

1950 The role of algae in stabilizing beach sands (abs.): S. C. 
Acad. Sci. Bull., v. 12, p. 14. 

Wilson, Hugh H., Jr. 

1952 Properties and thermal behavior of North Carolina sillimanite: 
N. C. State College, Dept. of Eng. Research Bull. 52, 15 p., 
illus., Feb. 

Wilson, William F. 

i960 Subsurface stratigraphy and structure in part of the Coastal 

Plain of North Carolina (abs.): ELisha Mitchell Sci. Soc, Jour., 
v. 76, no. 2, p. 186, Nov. 

World Oil 

i960 The Carolinas offshore areas are main hope: World Oil, v. 150, 
no. 7» pp. 108-110, incl. sketch map, section, diagrams and 
table, June. 

Wright, Frank James 

(1) 1927 The Blue Ridge of southern Virginia and western North 

Carolina: Denison Univ. Bull., Sci. Lab. Jour., v. 22, 
pp. 116-132, 4 figs., 2 pis. 

(2) 1927 Gravels on the Blue Ridge: Denison Univ. Bull., Sci. Lab. 

Jour., v. 22, pp. 133-135, 1 fig. 

(3) 1928 The erosional history of the Blue Ridge (abs.): Ohio Acad. 

Sci. Proc, v. 8, pt. 4, p. 180; Ohio Jour. Sci., v. 28, 
no. 3, p. 158. 

(4) 1928 The erosional history of the Blue Ridge: Denison Univ. Bull., 

v. 28, no. 10, Sci. Lab. Jour., v. 23, pp. 321-344, 6 pis. 

(5) 1929 Drainage modifications along the Blue Ridge (abs.): Ohio Jour. 

Sci., v. 29, no. 4, p. 174, July 1929; Ohio Acad. Sci. Proc, 
v. 8, pt. 6, p. 311. 

(6) 1930 Stream piracy near Asheville, N. C: Denison Univ. Bull., v. 

31, no. 8, Sci. Lab. Jour., v. 24, pp. 401-406, 1 fig., 1 pi. 

Wright, Robert James 

1942 Underfit meanders of the French Broad River, North Carolina: 
Jour. Geomorphology, v. 5, no. 3, pp. 183-190, illus., index 
map, Oct. 

Wylie, Charles Clayton 

1933 Iron meteorite and Carolina "bays": Pop. Astronomy, v. 41, 
no. 7, pp. 410-412. 



-79- 



Wyrick, Granville Glenn 

i960 Geochemical methods for defining ground-water flow (abs.): 
Geol. Sco. Am. Bull., v. 71, no. 12, pt. 2, p. 2029, Dec. 

Zodac, Peter 

1948 The Rudisil gold mine of Charlotte, North Carolina: Rocks 
and Minerals, v. 23, no. 2, p. 113, Feb. 



-80- 



Serials Examined 



Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila. Mon.; Notulae Natural; Proc. Academy 

of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia Monographs; Notulae Naturae; 
Proceedings. Philadelphia, Pa. 

Acad. Sci., Paris Academy of Science, Paris. Paris, France. 

Acad. Sci. St. L., Trans. Academy of Science of St. Louis, 

Transactions . 

Am. Acad. Arts and Sci., Proc. American Academy of Arts and 

Sciences, Proceedings, Menasha, Wis., and Boston, Mass. 

Am. Assoc, Proc. American Association for the advancement of 

Science, Proceedings. 

Am. Assoc. Petrol. Geol. Bull. American Association of Petroleum 

Geologist Bulletin. Tulsa, Okla. 

Am. Ceramic Soc. Jour. American Ceramic Society Journal. 

Easton, Pa. 

Am. Geophys. Union Trans. American Geophysical Union 

Transactions. Washington, D. C. 

A. I. M, E. American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical 

Engineers; Technical Publications, Transactions. New York. 

Am. Jour. Botany American Journal of Botany. Lancaster, Pa. 

Am. Jour. Sci. American Journal of Science, New Haven, Conn. 

Am. Midland Naturalist American Midland Naturalist. Notre 

Dame , Ind • 

Am. Mineralogist American Mineralogist. Menasha, Wis. 

Am. Nat. American Naturalist. Salem, Mass., and elsewhere. 

Am. Phil. Soc, Tran.; Proc. American Philosphical Society 

Transactions; Proceedings, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Am. Water Works Assoc. Jour. American Water Works Association 

Journal. New York. 

Assoc. Am. Geographers ; Association of American Geographers. 

Lancaster, Pa. 

Boston Soc. N. H., Proc. Boston Society of Natural History, 

Proceedings. 

Can. Jour. Canadian Journal. Toronto. 

Carnegie Inst. Wash. Pub. Carnegie Institution of Washington 

Publications. Washington, D. C. 

Ceramic Age 

Ceramist, (The) 

Clay Minerals Bulletin 

Colo. Sci. Soc. Proc Colorado Scientific Society Proceedings. 

Denver, Colo. 

Compass The Compass. Lincoln, Nebr. 

Cushman Lab. Foram. Research Contr. Cushman Laboratory for 

Foraminiferal Research Contributions. Sharon, Mass. 

Denison Univ. Sci. Lab. Jour. Denison University Scientific 

Laboratories Journal. Granville, Ohio. 

Deutsche Geologische Gesellschaft: Zeitschrift. Berlin, Germany. 



-81- 



Earthquake Notes. Washington, D. C. 

Econ. Geol. Economic Geology, Lancaster, Pa. 

Edinb. New Phil. Jour. Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal 

ELisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. Jour. El isha Mitchell Science Society- 
Journal. Chapel Hill, N. C. 
Eng. Min. Jour. Engineering and Mining Journal. New York. 

Foote Prints 

Franklin Inst. Jour. Franklin Institute Journal. Philadelphia, Pa. 

Geol. Soc. Am. Bull. Geological Society of America Bulletin. 

Geol. Soc. London Geological Society of London. 

Geol. Soc. Paris Geological Society of Paris. 

Ga. Geol. Survey Bull.; Circ. Georgia Geological Survey Bulletin; 

Circular. Atlanta, Ga. 
Gerlands Beitrage Zur Geophysik 

Indian Ceramic Soc. Trans. Indian Ceramic Society Transactions. 

Johns Hopkins Univ. Studies in Geol. Johns Hopkins University 

Studies in Geology. Baltimore, Md. 

Jour. Geol. Journal of Geology. Chicago, 111. 

Jour. Geomorphology New York, N. Y* 

Jour. Paleontology Journal of Paleontology. Menasha, Wis. 

Jour. Sed. Petrology Journal of Sedimentary Petrology, Menasha, Wis. 

K-Preuss Ak Wiss Berlin, Mber; Izb; Abb Koniglich preussiche 

Akademic der Wissenschaften Zu Berlin, Monatsbericht Silzungsberichte; 
Abhandlungen . 

Md. Geol. Survey Maryland Geological Survey. Baltimore, Md. 

Meteor. Soc. Contr. Meteoritual Society Contributions. Los 

Angeles, Calif. 

Mineralogist The Mineralogist. Portland, Oreg. 

Mineralogy Soc. Sou. Calif. Mineralogy Society of Southern California. 

Mines Mag. Mines Magazine. Denver, Colo. 

Min. Eng. Mining Engineering. New York, N. Y. 

Mining and Metallurgy. New York, N. Y. 

Nat. Acad. Sci. National Academy of Sciences. Washington, D. C. 

Nautilus The Nautilus. Philadelphia, Pa. 

N. Y. Acad. Sci., Proc. New York Academy of Science Proceedings; 

Transactions. New York, N. Y. 

N. Y. St. Mus., Ann. Rpt. New York State Museum of Natural History, 

Annual Report. Albany, N, Y. 

N. C. Acad. Sci. Proc. North Carolina Academy of Science Proceedings. 

Chapel Hill, N. C. 

N. C. Bd. Health North Carolina Board of Health, Raleigh, N. C. 

Ohio St. Acad. Sci. Pro, Ohio State Academy of Science Proceedings. 

Columbus, Ohio. 

Oil and Gas Jour» . Oil and Gas Journal. Tulsa, Okla. 

Oil Weekly. Houston, Texas. 



-82- 



Palaeontographica Americana. Ithaca, N. Y. 

Pan-Am. Geologist Pan-American Geologist. Des Moines, Iowa. 

Phil. Mag. Philosophical, Magazine. Later London and Edinburgh 

Philosophical Magazine. Later London, Edinburgh, and Dublin 
Philosophical Magazine. 

Phil. Soc. Wash. Bull. Philosophical Society of Washington (D. C.), 

Bulletin. 

Pit and Quarry. 

Pop. Astromony Popular Astromony, Northfield, Minn. 

Rocks and Minerals. Peekskill, N. Y. 
Rock Products. Chicago, HI. 

Saturday Evening Post 

Sch. Mines Quart. School of Mines Quarterly, Columbia University, 

New York. 

Sci. Monthly Scientific Monthly. New York, N. Y. 

Science n. s. Science new series. New York, N. Y. 

Soil Science. Baltimore, Md. 

Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc. Soil Science Society of America Prodeedings, 

Geneva, N. Y. 

S. C. Acad. Sci. Bull. South Carolina Academy of Science Bulletin, 

Columbia, S. C. 

State Mag. The State Magazine, Raleigh, N. C. 

Stone. Chicago, 111. 

Term. Acad. Sci. Jour. Tennessee Academy of Science Journal. 

Nashville, Term. 

T. V. A. Rpt. ' Tennessee Valley Authority Report. Knoxville, Term. 

Torreya. Lancaster, Pa. 

Torrey Bat. Club Bull. Torrey Batanical Club Bulletin: Menasha, Wis. 

U. S. Bur. Mines Bull.; Inf. Circ. Tech. Papers. United States 

Bureau of Mines Bulletins; Information Circulars; Technical Papers. 
Washington, D. C. 

U. S. Cong. House Doc. United States Congress, House Documents. 

Washington, D. C. 

U. S. Geol. Survey Ann. Rpts.; Bull.; Circ; Geophys; Prof. Papers 



United States Geological Survey Annual Reports; Bulletin; Circulars; 
Geophysical Investigation Preliminary Reports; Professional Papers. 
Washington, D. C. 

U. S. Hygienic Lab. Bull. United States Hygienic Laboratory Bulletin. 

U. S. Nat. Mus. Ann. Rpt.; Bull.; Proc. United States National 
Museum Annual Report; Bulletins; Proceedings. Washington, D. C. 

Va. Jour. Sci. Virginia Journal of Science. Charlottesville, Va. 

Wash. Acad. Sci. Jour. Washington Academy of Science Journal. 

Washington, D. C. 

Water and Sewage Works Assoc. Jour. Water and Sewage Works Association Journal, 

World Petroleum. New York, N. Y. 



-33- 



Abbreviations 



A. I. M. E. 

Acad, 

Adm. . 

Adv. 

Akad. 

Am. . 

Ann. — 

App.. - 
Approx« 
Apr. — 
Art. - 
Assoc. 



American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers 

Academy, etc. 

Administration 

Advancement 

Akademic 

American 

Annual 

Appendix 

Approximately 

April 

Article 

Association 



Bd. — 
Bibl. • 
Bienn. 
Bldg. : 
Bull. • 
Bur. - 



Board 

Bibliographie, etc, 

Biennial 

Building 

Bulletin 

Bureau 



Camb. — 
Car. — 
Cat. — 
Chap. — 
Chem. — 
Circ. — 
Classn. 
Co. - — 



Coll. — 
Cong. — 
conglom. 
Cons. — 
Cret. — 



Cambrian 

Carboniferous 

Catalog 

Chapter 

Chemical 

Circular 

Classification 

Company, County 

Collections 

Congress 

conglomerate 

Conservation 

Cretaceous 



Dec. — 
Dept. • 
Devel • 
Div. - 
Doc. - 
dol. - 



December 

Department 

Development 

Division 

Document 

dolomite 



E. 

Ecol. - 
Econ. - 
ed. — 
Educ . - 
Eng. — 
Exper. 
explor, 
extr. • 



East 

Ecological 

Economic 

edition 

Education, Educational 

Engineering, Engineers 

Experiment, Expermental 

exploration 

extract 



-84- 



Feb. 

fig. 

fm. • 



February 

figure 

formation 



G. S. - 
G. Soc. 
Gen. — 



Geod. — 
Geog. — 
geog. — 
Geol. — 
geol. — 
Geophys . 
geophys . 
Govt. — 



Geological Survey 
Geological Society 
General 



Geochem. Geochemical 



Geodetic 
Geographic 
geographique 
Geologic, etc. 
geologique 
Geophysical, etc, 
geophys ique 
Government 



hist. 



historic , etc . 



igneous 

illustrated, illustration, illustrations 



ig. 

illus. 

incl. including 

Indust. Industrial 

Inf. ; Informaion 

Inst. Institute, Institutions, ect, 

Internat. International, etc. 

intro. introduction 

ititrus. intrusive 



Jan. — 
Jour. • 
Juras. 



January 
Journal 
Jurassic 



Lab. 
Lit. 

Is. ■ 
loc. 



Laboratory 
Literary, Literature 
limestone 
locality 



mag. 

Mar. 

mbr. 

Mem. 

Met. 

me tarn. — 
Meteorol. 

micr. 

Min. 



min. res. 

Mineralog. — 

Misc. 

Mon. Monographs 

Mtg. Meeting 

Mtn. Mountain 

Mts. Mountains 

Mus. Museum, etc. 



- magazine 

- March 

- member 

- Memoir, Memoria 

- Metallurgical 

- metamorphic, metamorphosed 

- Meteorological, etc. 

- microscopic, etc. 

- Mineral, Mining 

- mineral resources 

- Mineralogic, etc. 

- Miscellaneous 



-85- 



n. 

N. 

N. Am. 
n. d. ■ 
n. s. ■ 
nat. — 
NE. — 
no. — 
nos. — 
nouv. • 
NW. — 



~ north 

— North 

— North America 

— no date 

— new series 

— National, Natural 

— northeast 

— number 

— numbers 

— nouveau, etc. 

— Northwest 



Occ. 
Oct. 
Ord. 



Occasional 

October 

Ordovician 



palaeont. ■ 
Paleoecol. 
Paleogeog. 
Paleont. — 

Pamph. 

Pan -Am. — 

Perm. 

Perm. 

Petrog. — 
Philos. — 

Phys. 

Physiog. - 

pi. 

Pleist. — 

Pop. 

port. 

ports. 

Proc. 

Proj. 

pt. 

pts. 

pub. 

quad. 

Quart. 

Quat. 

Rpt. 

Res. 

Rev. 

Ry. 



page, pages 

palaeontologisch 

Paleoecological, etc. 

Paleogeographic, etc. 

Paleontologic , etc. 

Pamphlet 

Pan-American 

Pennsylvania, etc. 

Permian 

Petrographic, etc. 

Philosophical 

Physical, etc. 

Physiographic, etc. 

plate 

Pleistocene 

Popular 

portrait 

portraits 

Proceedings 

Project 

part, point 

parts 

publication, publications, published 

quadrangle 

Quarterly 

Quaternary 

Report 
Resources 
Review 
Railway 



s. — 
S. - 
Sci. 
SE. ■ 



series 

South, Survey 

Science, Sciences, Scientific 

Southeast 



•86- 



Sec. • 
Sed. ■ 
Sept. 
ser. • 
Serv. 
Sess. 
sh. — 
Soc. • 
sp. — 
Spec, 
ss. — 
Summ. 
supp. 
SW. - 



Section 

Sedimentary 

September 

series 

Service 

Session 

shale 



— Society, Societe 

— species 

— Special 

— sandstone 

— Summary, etc. 

— supplement, supplementary 

— Southwest 



TVA — 
tab. - 
Tech. • 
temp. ■ 
Topog. 
Trans. 
Trias. 



Tennessee "Valley Authority 

table 

Technical, etc. 

temporary 

Topographic, etc. 

Transaction 

Trias sic 



U. S. 
Univ. 



v. ■ 
vs. 



United States 
University 

volume 
versus 



W 



Zool. 



West 
Zoological, etc, 



-87-